Only weeks before official election day, Harpers Magazine reviews a series of anomalies cropping up in the electoral process.
Only weeks before election day, Harpers Magazine reviews a series of anomalies cropping up in the electoral process.
Ken Silverstein From Harpers Magazine examines the pattern of mistakes that might limit the right of suffrage:
“Election officials across the country are routinely striking millions of voters from the rolls through a process that is shrouded in secrecy, prone to error, and vulnerable to manipulation…[B]etween 2004 and 2006, thirty-nine states and the District of Columbia reported purging more than 13 million voters from registration rolls…”
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