Category: Election Protection

A “Brazen Attempt to Scare” Voting Rights Groups, Plaintiffs Respond to Counter Claims in Colorado Voter Intimidation Lawsuit

A “Brazen Attempt to Scare” Voting Rights Groups, Plaintiffs Respond to  Counter Claims in Colorado Voter Intimidation Lawsuit On Thursday night, three defendants charged with voter intimidation in violation of the federal Voting Rights Act of 1965 and the Ku Klux Klan Act lashed out at voting rights organizations by suing them for “defamation” and
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The Guardian Publishes New Article on our Federal Lawsuit to Stop Illegal Voter Intimidation in Colorado.

The Guardian recently published a new article on an ongoing lawsuit against the United States Election Integrity Plan (USEIP), a known extremist organization, for its illegal voter intimidation campaign in Colorado. Free Speech For People filed the lawsuit in federal court on behalf of The Colorado Montana Wyoming State Area Conference of the NAACP (NAACP
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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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Susan Greenhalgh and Philip Stark Set the Record Straight on Voting System Security Report for ElectionLaw Blog

Free Speech For People’s Senior Advisor for Election Security Susan Greenhalgh, and University of California at Berkley’s Distinguished Professor Philip Stark published a guest post for Rick Hasen’s ElectionLaw Blog on March 4th,  “Setting the record straight on the security review in the Georgia voting machine lawsuit.”  The post is a rebuttal to a newsletter
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Free Speech For People Leads Coalition of Organizations to Oppose the Continued Use of Electronic Voting Machines in Indiana.

Together with the Indiana League of Women Voters, Indiana Vote by Mail, and Verified Voting, Free Speech For People issued a letter on February 10 to Indiana state lawmakers to urge them to reject legislation that would continue the use of Indiana’s direct record electronic voting machines. A bill has been moving through the Indiana
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FSFP Senior Advisor on Election Security Susan Greenhalgh Featured in the Washington Post on the Dangers of Online Voting Systems.

Free Speech For People Senior Advisor on Election Security Susan Greenhalgh was recently featured in a new Washington Post story which revealed that the United States Postal Service secretly built and tested a blockchain-based mobile phone voting system prior to the 2020 election. At the direction of the USPS, researchers at the University of Colorado
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Voting Rights Groups File Complaint Urging Court to Address Unconstitutional Voter Suppression Law In Texas.

On December 1, 2021, non-profit civic engagement organization Mi Familia Vota and individual voters filed an amended complaint in federal court in Texas to further address the unlawful new voter suppression law recently enacted by the State Legislature. The plaintiffs filed the complaint jointly with Houston Justice, Houston Area Urban League, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority,
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Free Speech For People Forms Coalition to Oppose Internet Voting in San Francisco; Prompts Election Commission to Call for a Halt to the Project and for an Investigation.

A coalition of experts and organizations committed to secure, reliable elections, including Free Speech For People, California Voter Foundation, National Voting Rights Task Force, and Verified Voting, sent a letter November 16th to San Francisco’s Board of Supervisors and Elections Commission urging the Board to halt a pending contract for an internet voting system and
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FSFP Joins Coalition of National Organizations in Letter Urging Congress to Pass Freedom to Vote Act and Protect Election Officials and Election System From Attacks and Subversion.

Free Speech For People recently joined a coalition of more than fifty national organizations in a letter urging Members of Congress to support the Freedom to Vote Act, a piece of legislation which includes, “critical measures to safeguard elections, prevent voter intimidation, protect local election officials from partisan attacks, and protect election works and election
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