Author: Nate Gundy

Newsmax has issued a retraction and offered an apology to Ed Coomer, a Dominion Voting Systems employee. The right-wing media outlet had spread rumors, without evidence, that Coomer had falsified results in the 2020 election. After outlets such as Newsmax had amplified unsubstantiated accusations of election fraud from the Trump campaign, Coomer faced death threats and lived in hiding for six months. Newsmax’s statement of apology acknowledges that it has subsequently “found no evidence that Dr. Coomer interfered with Dominion voting machines or voting

Florida’s House and Senate have passed a new bill, along party-lines, increasing the legal requirements for elections in the state. Senate Bill 90 will increase requirements for those who wish to vote by mail, raise the number of partisan overlookers present during ballot tabulation, and add new limits to the use of ballot drop boxes.  Gov. Ron DeSantis says he will “for sure” sign the bill.  Visit CNN to learn more.   Voter Education Week Young adults will be the nation’s largest voting bloc in the upcoming election and

Court documents reveal that Cody Griggers, a former Georgia sheriff’s deputy who has pled guilty to possession of an unregistered firearm, hoped to bring felony charges against Black Americans in order to disenfranchise them: “I’m going to charge them with whatever felonies I can to take away their ability to vote.” Griggers was fired from his position as a deputy after the FBI alerted his employer that he was the subject of an investigation. The Bureau had linked Griggers to an online group and