Trump Supporters Don’t Need Evidence To Believe in Election Fraud

In lawsuits alleging election fraud, Trump supporters described what they saw, heard and suspected. Many of their allegations crumbled under scrutiny. They still believe.

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The Census, Gerrymandering, and The 2020 Election: A Republican Win

“Every 10 years, after the census, congressional and state legislature districts are redrawn to account for population changes. This gives whoever is drawing the maps the power to maximize the number of districts that favor their party — a tactic known as gerrymandering.”

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Stop the Count!

Donald Trump’s call to stop the counting of votes and his unsubstantiated claims of election fraud are an attack on democracy.

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2020 Election Results: What You Need To Know

After polls close in the US presidential election, it could take days or even weeks to find out if Donald Trump or Joe Biden has won. In this election, millions more Americans have been voting by post because of coronavirus, meaning a delay in counting all the votes is highly likely.

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Why Many Americans Don’t Vote

Many non-voters do not have faith in the election system and doubt the impact of their own votes. They engage less with news and feel uninformed.

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Why People Vote Against Their Economic Interests

In 2016, Pew research suggested 47% of those in families with incomes between $30,000 and $50,000 identified as Republican –more than the 46% of those with incomes over $150,000.

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Kobach in Contempt of Court Again

U.S. District Judge Julie Robinson criticized Kobach during a hearing on a motion from The American Civil Liberties Union to hold Kobach in contempt of court for not updating the state’s election guide or ensuring that county election officials send postcards to residents who registered to vote at driver licensing offices without providing proof of citizenship.

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