New Report: Countering Election Misinformation
Posted by Brennan Center for Justice on August 16, 2022
False claims about the 2020 election have sparked a wave of restrictive voting legislation across the country, as well as confusion about proper election procedures. Misinformation has emerged to fill these gaps and erode public trust in elections. A new Brennan Center report details strategies that election officials, the media, civic groups, and individuals can use to stop the spread of misinformation and ensure voters have the knowledge they need to cast their ballots.
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