No More Stolen Elections!

Unite for Voting Rights and Democratic Elections

Our elections continue to be threatened by organized efforts to keep qualified voters from voting. Instances of vote suppression include intimidating or challenging voters at polling sites, sending voters incorrect information about the elections, restricting access to early voting and voter registration, refusing to register eligible voters, and blocking ex-felons from restoring their voting rights.

Virginia voter suppression tweets went undetected by Twitter for hours

A Twitter account misleading Democratic voters in Virginia by telling them they could cast their ballot by text message was active for almost three hours on Tuesday morning before Twitter suspended the account.

The account, "MAGA Mike King," was suspended after it tweeted more than a dozen times a graphic purportedly instructing Virginians on how to vote by text and including the logos of the Democratic Party and its gubernatorial candidate, Ralph Northam.

US: Groups warn voter suppression only getting worse

One year after the 2016 presidential election, rights groups say voter suppression laws have only gotten worse in the United States.

Voters in a dozen cities and states went to the polls on Tuesday to vote on everything from city mayor to state governor.

But rights groups warned that many faced requirements to prove their identity that did not exist a year ago.

Rigged - How Voter Suppression Threw Wisconsin to Trump

You can’t say Andrea Anthony didn’t try. A 37-year-old African American woman with an infectious smile, Anthony had voted in every major election since she was 18. On November 8, 2016, she went to the Clinton Rose Senior Center, her polling site on the predominantly black north side of Milwaukee, to cast a ballot for Hillary Clinton. “Voting is important to me because I know I have a little, teeny, tiny voice, but that is a way for it to be heard,” she said. “Even though it’s one vote, I feel it needs to count.”

Report - Millions of voters of color disenfranchised due to organized suppression tactics violating constitutional law

Breaking Report: Trump Campaign Allegedly Violated Constitutional Law to Alter Election Results.  Penalties Include Prison Time if Charged. 

Evidence supports the argument that the election was illegally manipulated.  More than 20 GOP Secretaries of State collaborated with key members of the Trump Campaign to deprive millions of minorities of the right to vote. Penalties may include 10 years in prison if charged.

Voter registration purge in Georgia disenfranchises thousands

Court protects voters in 3 states by blocking proof-of-citizenship requirement

Trump's 'rigged election' rhetoric could inspire voter intimidation, say experts

Voting rights for disabled Californians being sought for November election

PROPUBLICA: State voting restriction could make voting more difficult for many citizens