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Former Federal Judge Says Trump Likely to Remain On Ballot

ELECTIONS Former Federal Judge Says Trump Likely to Remain on Ballot By: Steve Ulrich | Politics PA | February 16, 2024 Speaking in Lancaster last week, former federal judge John E. Jones III said that it is likely that former President Donald Trump will remain on the ballot in Colorado and other challenging states. Jones, now president of Dickinson College…
Politics PA
February 16, 2024
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Protecting Our Democracy: Keep Our Republic Addresses Nationwide Surge in Threats Against the Judiciary

Keep Our Republic Advocates for Judicial Safety in Wisconsin and Across the Nation Following Alarming US Marshals Service Report Madison, WI - Amid a concerning surge in threats against the judiciary, marked by a significant triple-digit increase in 2023, Keep Our Republic (KOR) is issuing a powerful call to action, spotlighting Wisconsin’s pivotal role within this…
Keep Our Republic Staff
February 15, 2024
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As Trump repeats ‘the Big Lie,’ this group is working to boost faith in Pa.’s elections ahead of November

As Trump repeats ‘the Big Lie,’ this group is working to boost faith in Pa.’s elections ahead of November “I think what we saw in ‘20 was a lot of people not understanding the system,” former Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Corbett said. “And I think they still don’t.” by Julia Terruso | The Philadelphia Inquirer | Published Feb.…
The Philadelphia Inquirer
February 14, 2024
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‘We’re reaching out every way we can’: Pennsylvania election directors seek poll workers for presidential primary

‘We’re reaching out every way we can’: Pennsylvania election directors seek poll workers for presidential primary Election directors across the state are ramping up efforts to recruit enough poll workers to run the voting locations SYDNEY CARRUTH | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette | February 13, 2024 Officials across Pennsylvania are ramping up efforts to recruit enough poll workers…
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
February 13, 2024
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Wisconsin State Journal: Watch out for AI-driven disinformation in Wisconsin

Citizens making informed decisions during our elections is a bedrock of our democracy. But disinformation today poses an ever-growing threat to our democracy. False information has the power to distort facts, erode trust and undermine transparency in our electoral process. With the rise of artificial intelligence (AI), disinformation can now be amplified and spread more…
Kevin P. Reilly
February 6, 2024
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POLITICO: These voters will pick the next president. They’re frightened about American democracy.

POLITICO  01/17/2024 Zach Montellaro “I almost feel numb to it,” one focus group participant said of the violence on Jan. 6.  Participants in a focus group in a battleground Pennsylvania county had concerns about political violence heading into 2024. NAZARETH, Pennsylvania — Earlier this month, 15 voters in this closely contested area of Pennsylvania convened…
POLITICO
January 17, 2024
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Detroit News: AI poses threat to upcoming elections

Detroit is the birthplace of the automobile. Detroiters have beamed with pride for generations about the ingenuity and progressiveness of the first automobiles rolling off assembly lines to the countless vehicle features keeping us safe on roadways today. But things were not always this way. In the early period of American automobile manufacturing, car makers…
Kenneth Cockrel Jr.
December 5, 2023
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WHTM: New research conducted on Pennsylvania’s mail-in ballots

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hWGWy7Ehelc CARLISLE, Pa. (WHTM) – More than 700,000 Pennsylvania voters have returned their mail ballots ahead of the state’s municipal general election. Of the more than one million ballots sent out, nearly three-quarters of them were requested by voters registered as Democrats. Many Republican voters don’t trust mail ballots. “Even without any evidence of widespread…