I Introduction II Safe and Secure Voting During the Pandemic III Election Security IV Challenging Corruption V Money in Politics VI Press Inquiries Introduction Free Speech For People has generated significant coverage of our work. This coverage has included op-ed placements in the following publications: The Washington Post, The Boston Globe, Newsweek, Time Magazine, USA Today, Fox News, McClatchy-Tribune News Service, US News & World Report, Huffington Post, The Blaze, St. Louis Post-Dispatch, Detroit Free Press, Albany Times Union, Raleigh News & Observer, San Jose Mercury News, Honolulu Star Advertiser, The Billings-Gazette, The Wichita Eagle, Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, The Tampa Bay Times, Roll Call, The Hill, Daily Caller, Grist, and Truthout. In addition, Free Speech For People has served as expert commentators on MSNBC, Democracy NOW!, The Big Picture with Thom Hartmann, The Young Turks, and The Bill Press Show, among others. This page shows key highlights of our 2020 press coverage broken down into three categories: Safe and Secure Voting During the Pandemic, Election Security, Challenging Corruption, and Money in Politics. For highlights of our press coverage since the founding of Free Speech For People, visit our about page. Safe and Secure Voting During the Pandemic Extension of registration deadline nets more than 35,000 new voters in Arizona The Arizona Republic / azcentral.com, October 17, 2020 Pennsylvania voting access suit could have national repercussions NBC News, September 8, 2020 North Carolina Group Asks Judge to Stop Touch-Screen Voting U.S. News and World Report, July 23, 2020 NAACP asks judge to ban the kind of voting machines used in Mecklenburg County The Charlotte Observer, July 22, 2020 Wide-ranging lawsuit claims Texas’ in-person voting rules will disenfranchise Black, Latino voters during the pandemic The Texas Tribune, July 17, 2020 Pa. NAACP sues state for changes to election law before November’s election The Philadelphia Inquirer, June 18, 2020 Not Everyone Can Vote by Mail. Here’s How to Conduct a Safe Election Truthout, May 4, 2020 Voting machine manufacturers pushed to provide ways to sanitize products The Hill, April 23, 2020 New N.C. voting machines are secretive and unhealthy, suit alleges The Fulcrum, April 15, 2020 Voting rights advocates file lawsuit over allegedly insecure North Carolina voting machines The Hill, April 15, 2020 Election Security Judge orders Lawson to produce documents on voting-machine security Indiana Business Journal, June 24, 2020 Delaware Quietly Fielded an Online Voting System, but Now is Backing Away NPR, June 18, 2020 Courtney Hostetler Explains the NAACP's Lawsuit in North Carolina The BradCast, April 24, 2020 First in Morning Cybersecurity: New Pressure on Voatz Politico, April 21, 2020 COVID-19 must not push U.S. to dangerous online voting The Washington Times, April 15, 2020 ‘Online and vulnerable’: Experts find nearly three dozen U.S. voting systems connected to the internet NBC News, January 10, 2020 Challenging Corruption Roger Stone Commutation Violates the Constitution Common Dreams, July 23, 2020 Bolton’s Book Makes Broader Case for Impeachment Rising Up With Sonali, June 22, 2020 Hundreds gather on Boston Common to protest Trump’s acquittal The Boston Globe, February 6, 2020 New Hampshire Outcomes, Bloomberg’s Racist Comments, And The DOJ’s Roger Stone Intervention WGBH News, February 12, 2020 Senate Impeachment Trial of President Donald J. Trump – Day 2 KPFA 94.1, January 22, 2020 Money in Politics Supreme Court Will Have Chance to Review Case Seeking to End Super PAC Spending in U.S. Elections The Center for Media and Democracy's PR Watch, June 18, 2020 Defending Democracy with John Bonifaz of Free Speech For People The Great Battlefield Podcast, January 24, 2020 Seattle Takes on Citizens United The New York Times, January 14, 2020 Seattle City Council bans ‘foreign-influenced’ companies from most political spending The Seattle Times, January 13, 2020 Press Inquiries For all press inquires and interview requests, please email press (at) freespeechforpeople (dot) org or call 202-420-9947. To read more about the principals at Free Speech For People available to be interviewed, click here.