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Fighting to Vote

Michael Tomasky The New York Review of Books
As results from the recent midterm elections show and the book under review chronicles, restrictive voter identification laws, registration requirements, felon disenfranchisement and voter purges still deny millions access to the ballot box.

Friday Nite Videos | November 2, 2018

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The President Stars in 'VanderTrump Rules'. Edwin Starr - Who Is the Leader of the People. Why Oprah Votes ... And Wants You To. State Attorneys General: The New Legal Gladiators. Watch 8 Women Candidates Who Are Breaking Precedents.

Stacy Abrams' Plan to Fight Voter Suppression

Jason Johnson The Root
The Abrams campaign expected voter suppression, had organizations in place to combat it and, at least mathematically, has a path to victory that assumes thousands of voters might be purged and not find out until Election Day.

My $200,000 Debt Should Not Disqualify Me for Governor of Georgia

Stacey Abrams Fortune
I am in debt, but not alone. Debt is a millstone that weighs down more than three-quarters of us. It can determine if we are able to run for office, launch a business, or quit a job we hate. It should not—and cannot—be a disqualification for ambition
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