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STAT: The Readout Loud
DEMOCRACY UNDER SIEGE
TECHNOLOGY IN THE PUBLIC INTEREST
Democrats must play hardball
A clear message must be sent to Republicans who have been accomplices to the crimes of this president.
Ezekiel Emanuel, James Phillips, and Saskia Popescu
Can in-person voting be made safe enough during the coronavirus pandemic? Yes
In-person voting is safe and can be made as low risk as other everyday activities.
This election cries out for diligence from officials, voters, and the press
"We have not yet descended into European-style fascism and racism, but the parallels are chilling."
US elections need a fundamental reboot
The US election system is secure and resilient, and it is patriotic, not problematic, for public officials to adjust our voting methods to ensure that every eligible citizen can cast a ballot without risking their health this year.
Marcia L. Fudge
The struggle to vote continues
The real solution is simple — Congress must reinstate the full protections of the Voting Rights Act.
Political war-gaming for the Republic
We cannot assume that some Trump allies will respect the republican principle in state elections.
Big money’s huge influence is keenly felt
Readers react to an op-ed detailing how heavily funded libertarian groups paved the way for Russia's disruptions.
Republicans must denounce violence
Further violence can be prevented if more Republicans stand with Democrats and denounce the president’s dangerous rhetoric.
Michael A. Cohen
American politics is about to get a lot uglier
To win political power will mean using it brazenly, extravagantly, and without comity or consensus.
Ordinary people of all ages — especially women — understand what Ginsburg meant to their lives
The measure of US Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s legacy is that you don’t have to be a legal scholar to know it.