Monthly Archives: April 2020

The Fight For Election Security, Free Speech For People to Co-Host Event Featuring Alyssa Milano & Sen. Ron Wyden on May 6

In the midst of our nation’s public health crisis, another threat is lurking on the horizon. Our elections are at risk from both foreign and domestic interference, and the United States remains woefully unprepared to address the vulnerabilities of our … More »

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The NAACP’s North Carolina lawsuit, explained: Why the ExpressVote XL must be replaced with hand-marked paper ballots.

Free Speech For People’s Courtney Hostetler recently joined Brad Friedman of The Bradcast to outline the NAACP’s new lawsuit in North Carolina over the ES&S ExpressVote touch screen voting system. Free Speech For People is co-counsel in this case representing … More »

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“Electronic Voting Machines Could Become Major Disease Vector,” Election Security Advocates Request Cleaning Guidelines For Machines

Following the publication of a Guide for Safe Voting During the COVID-19 Pandemic, Free Speech For People issued a letter to electronic voting machines vendors to request a video demonstration for how to properly clean the machines. Free Speech For … More »

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“Insecure, Unreliable, Unverifiable, and Unsafe”: Voting Rights Advocates Challenge Legality of New Voting System In North Carolina 

Complaint Filed on Behalf of the North Carolina State Conference of the NAACP and Several North Carolina Voters Washington, DC (April 15, 2020) – Today, voting rights advocates filed a lawsuit in Wake County Superior Court challenging the new electronic voting … More »

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Free Speech For People Files Reply Brief in Case Demanding Election Security Emails

Free Speech For People filed our reply brief in National Election Defense Coalition v. Lawson, a case challenging the Indiana Secretary of State’s refusal to disclose election security-related emails exchanged with the National Association of Secretaries of State. Case background … More »

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Free Speech For People Joins Scientific Experts in Open Letter Urging Election Officials to Avoid Internet Voting

Free Speech For People joined a coalition of scientific experts and government watchdog groups in issuing an open letter calling on Governors, Secretaries of State and State Elections Directors to avoid the use of any internet voting or voting app … More »

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Free Speech For People Publishes Guide for Safe Voting During COVID-19 Pandemic

Free Speech For People published today a report entitled: “Safe Voting During the COVID-19 Pandemic,” in collaboration with Dr. Joia Mukherjee, a physician, clinical researcher, and educator trained in Infectious Disease, Internal Medicine, Pediatrics, and public health at the Massachusetts … More »

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“There’s going to be scandal involved in this bailout”: Former Chief Inspector General Warns Following Passage of The CARES Act.

Neil Barofsky, Former head of SIGTARP – the watchdog that oversaw a historic $750 billion dollar bailout during the 2008 recession – recently appeared on Moyers On Democracy to discuss government accountability and the CARES Act. The former Chief Inspector … More »

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