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    08:19
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    04:04
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    05:55
  • How election officials (and individuals) can guard against ballot box intimidation tactics

    08:06
  • Polling expert: ‘We are seeing a Roe effect in the polling’

    06:09
  • The ReidOut honors Democracy Defenders Olivia Julianna, Tayhlor Coleman for voter, youth outreach

    07:29
  • Voting rights groups turn to courts to fight ballot box vigilantes

    06:17
  • Iota Phi Theta Fraternity Inc. Walter Fields on their voter education and turnout efforts

    04:43
  • New NBC News poll shows voter interest in the Midterm elections is at an all-time high

    09:30
  • North Carolina expands voting for formerly incarcerated

    04:01
  • Democratic nominee for Maricopa County Attorney in Arizona exemplifies why down-ballot votes matter

    05:37
  • Why the GOP seeks to stigmatize anything but same-day, in-person voting

    11:25

Ali Velshi: Now is the time to protect the right to vote

05:06

As Senate Democrats debate amending the filibuster rule to pass federal voting rights legislation, Republicans at the state level have already passed a wave of laws intended to make it more difficult to vote. Ali Velshi says it’s time to ring the alarm so Congress takes action, because “if one person's right to vote is threatened, the overall will of the people is threatened.”