voter suppression


Disenfranchisement Stickers

Shelby v. Holder gave Republicans the green light to go hog wild on voter suppression. If their efforts can be overcome by huge turnout next week, one of the first things that should be done in the new Congress is to restore The Voting Rights Act to full force.

Preclearance was the only thing keeping these anti-democracy goons at bay.

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How to Have a Patriotic 4th of July

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When I woke up, I wasn’t sure what this month’s exclusive would be about, let alone if I’d get it in before July came around. But after I tweeted this this morning, it all came together.

Despite being a freelancer with no vacation time, summer’s my favorite time of year. But the world is shit and sipping beer by the ocean fills me with more guilt than good vibes nowadays.

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The Voting Rights Noid

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Kris Kobach has a voter suppression fetish. I’d say it’s the only way Republicans can win elections, but the inept Democrats seem to be actively helping, too.

If you’re too young to remember Domino’s Noid commercials, it has a fascinating and tragic history.

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2016 Election Survival Kit

2016 Election Survival KitIt’s almost time for actual primary votes to be cast in the presidential campaign that began even before the last one ended in 2012. This is the fourth election I’ve endured since making the questionable decision to become an editorial cartoonist. These campaigns suck more and more oxygen from other important things, from down-ticket races to countless other issues that directly affect people’s lives. I’ll try to not be part of the problem in 2016.

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