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North Carolina Gov. not clear on details of voter ID bill he’s signing

When asked about a part of North Carolina's new voting restrictions, Gov. Pat McCrory admitted he hadn't seen that part of the bill.Full story

Dead person voter fraud debunked in new report

  Despite claims from Republicans of widespread voter fraud, a new report reveals no intentional voter fraud involving ballots cast in the name of deceased voters.

Zombies! Dead people are not voting in South Carolina

A new report shows no evidence of widespread voter fraud in South Carolina, despite claims to the contrary from Republican officials and lawmakers. Full story

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  New data reveals voter suppression may have backfired

A new analysis of 2012 election data appears to show that African-American voter turnout was as high, perhaps higher, than ever before, defying all attempts to suppress minority votes.

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