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Election fraud is vanishingly rare in all U.S. states. The evidence in support of this assertion is overwhelming. The conservative Heritage Foundation identifies 1,340 instances of election fraud in the entire United States over forty years, at multiple levels of government (from 1982 to 2021), in a country where the popular vote in the most recent ...


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The full court opinion (83 pages) can be found here. It identifies five provisions of a single omnibus election law, 2013 N.C. Sess. Laws 381, which are found to be discriminatory: a "change in accepted photo IDs is of particular note: the new ID provision retained only those types of photo ID disproportionately held by whites and excluded those ...


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Regarding your question whether the phrase "surgical precision" is an explicit part of the ruling: it is. See page 11 for the full context: Before enacting that law, the legislature requested data on the use, by race, of a number of voting practices. Upon receipt of the race data , the General Assembly enacted legislation that restricted voting ...


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I don't get this reasoning. In a place like Georgia, which thinks of itself as traditionally Republican, it was a dead heat for the 2020 Potus race, Biden narrowly won Georgia by a margin of 0.23% and 11,779 votes. From the point of view of an urban voter in Georgia, every vote counts, even if they believe it is being suppressed in a rural county. And the ...


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