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Task Forces Will Undermine the Democratic Process in 2020 Election

Anoa Changa
Our Prism
“[The] whole idea of voter fraud is predicated on this idea that greater participation is dangerous and not good for democracy.”

Prompted by the barrage of false claims circulating in the media from state and national Republican leaders, Laura Williamson, a senior policy analyst at Demos, co-wrote a policy brief directly challenging the weaponization of voter fraud claims to suppress the vote.

“[The] whole idea of voter fraud is predicated on this idea that greater participation is dangerous and not good for democracy,” Williamson said in an interview with Prism. Williamson pointed to “some of the conservative infrastructure that's been built to foment this mythical claim of voter fraud and specifically [the] legal and policy organizations that essentially fabricate a problem that doesn't exist.” 

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