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Category: US Voting & Elections

Stacey Abrams Silent About New Poll Showing 0% Of Black Georgians Had Trouble Voting

During the 2022 midterm elections, Georgia gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams criticized Georgia’s updated voting laws believing they were a form of voter suppression; however, a recent University of Georgia School of Public and International Affairs post-election poll shows that 0% of black Georgians had trouble voting.

EXCLUSIVE: Former US Capitol Police Commander Reveals Failures in Jan. 6 Evacuation Response

U.S. Capitol Police radio traffic obtained by The Epoch Times reveals silence from command center, which Lt. Tarik Johnson says caused delays and put lives at risk. “I begged for help all day on Jan. 6, 2021, and I feel I was largely ignored,” .. “I beg again on Jan. 6, 2023—exactly two years later—for the proper investigative entities to uncover what really occurred on J6″.

Court of Appeals Agrees to Expedite Kari Lake’s 2022 Election Case

In a brief order, issued on Jan. 9 and made public the next day, the court ordered a reset of “the matter for conference on February 1, 2023,” and agreed with Lake’s arguments that her challenge should be handled as a “special action petition.” The court date was reportedly scheduled for March.

Oops, We Botched Ranked-Choice Voting

Nearly two months after November’s election, Alameda County, Calif., has announced that it systematically counted the ballots wrong. Oops. The error didn’t affect the outcome in most races, but it flipped a seat on the Oakland School Board, and now the question is what to do about the certified winner who actually lost and the third-place finisher who won.