Author Archives: Oske Buckley

Think Progress: Lawsuit asks why a Republican elections official is downplaying America’s voting security threat

In an article for ThinkProgress, Danielle McLean covers our lawsuit on behalf of the National Election Defense Coalition (NEDC) to uncover communications about election security to and from the National Association of Secretaries of State. The lawsuit under the Indiana Access to … More »

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When Is Enough Enough? High Crimes and Misdemeanors.

The article below is cross-posted with permission from the Equal Justice Society. Eva Paterson, is the President and Co-Founder of the Equal Justice Society and a member of Free Speech For People’s Legal Advisory Committee.  When Is Enough Enough??? High … More »

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BREAKING: New Hampshire Becomes the 20th State to Call for a Constitutional Amendment Overturning Citizens United

Today, the New Hampshire Senate voted to pass HB 504, a bill calling for an amendment to overturn the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in Citizens United, which allowed unlimited money from wealthy and corporate donors to flood elections. The state … More »

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Just Security: How Impeachment Proceedings Would Strengthen Congress’s Investigatory Powers

In a new article from Just Security, Michael Stern explores how impeachment proceedings would strengthen Congress’s investigatory powers and address the continued defiance of subpoenas, requests for information, and more by the Trump administration. Stern explores the depth of information … More »

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Massachusetts Non-Partisan Citizen Commission Works to End Big Money Dominance in U.S. Election

Massachusetts announced on May 1, 2019, the members of the first-in-the-nation, 15-member non-partisan Citizen Commission to advance the state’s policy in favor of an amendment to the United States Constitution to address concerns about corruption, undue influence, and unequal citizenship … More »

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Amicus Brief by Election Security Experts Highlights Major Flaws in South Carolina Election Systems

“With this brief, election security experts are sounding the alarm about the vulnerability of voting systems in South Carolina and in other states using electronic voting machines which cannot be trusted for properly counting our votes. With the 2020 election … More »

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