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The faulty premise of the ‘2,000 mules’ trailer about voting by mail in the 2020 election

Politifact — “2000 mules,” a new documentary from a right-wing filmmaker with a history of spreading false claims, promises to give evidence
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Senate passes Let RI Vote Act over GOP opposition

Boston Globe — The state Senate on Tuesday voted 28 to 6 in favor of the Let RI Vote Act, which would
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BallotTrax service launched in Hawaii to keep voters informed

KITV – Hawaii voters can now sign up to receive notifications about their ballot through a new service called BallotTrax. Read More
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Study: Vote-by-Mail Promotes Equity, Reduces Racial Gap in Voting

Public News Service – The pandemic changed the way we vote in California, and some reforms made voting patterns more equitable, while
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Colorado earns top marks for voting and election confidence

Colorado Newsline – Voters in Colorado can have the highest confidence in the country that elections are free and fair in the
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Alaska plans unprecedented by-mail election in first step to replace Rep. Don Young

Anchorage Daily News – In an unprecedented move, the June 11 primary will take place mostly by mail, with ballots sent automatically
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