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Georgia Voters Appeal the Secretary of State’s Decision That Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene May Remain on the Ballot as a Candidate for the US House of Representatives

Appeal argues that the administrative law judge made four critical errors in procedure and application of the law that warrant review  ATLANTA, GA (MAY 16, 2022) – A group of Georgia voters filed today a petition for judicial review before the Fulton County Superior Court of Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger’s decision that Representative Marjorie
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VOTING RIGHTS ORGANIZATIONS FILE FEDERAL LAWSUIT TO STOP ILLEGAL VOTER INTIMIDATION IN COLORADO

The suit, filed against the US Election Integrity Plan and its leaders, argues that the group’s door-to-door, weaponized intimidation campaign violates the Voting Rights Act of 1965 and the Ku Klux Klan Act of 1871 NAACP Colorado, League of Women Voters of Colorado, and Mi Familia Vota Seek Immediate Court Intervention As This Illegal Voter
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San Jose votes to prohibit foreign-influenced corporations from spending money in city elections

The San Jose City Council voted to pass the landmark bill on Tuesday that will effectively ban foreign corporate spending in city elections. SAN JOSE, CA (March 22, 2022) – The San Jose City Council voted today in favor of a landmark campaign finance law that will combat the influence of foreign corporate spending in
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Government Watchdogs Sue FEC for Deadlock and Failure to Investigate Complaint About Coordination between the Russian Government and Former President Trump’s 2016 Campaign

The Federal Election Commission’s 3-3 deadlock on a prior complaint from December 2016 effectively shields the Russian government and Trump’s 2016 presidential campaign from accountability for violating federal election laws. WASHINGTON, D.C. (Mar. 10, 2022) – Nonpartisan, nonprofit organizations Free Speech For People and Campaign for Accountability today filed a federal lawsuit against the Federal
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