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Ari Berman

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Ari Berman is a senior reporter for Mother Jones and the author of Herding Donkeys: The Fight to Rebuild the Democratic Party and Reshape American Politics and Give Us the Ballot: The Modern Struggle for Voting Rights in America.

Berman is a former political correspondent for The Nation and a former investigative journalism fellow at The Nation Institute.

Ari Berman on KCRW

We talk about strict voter ID laws in Texas, Georgia, North Dakota and Kansas -- and how they affect close races. We also look at why Florida may be the key to reversing that trend.

What voter suppression looks like this election cycle

We talk about strict voter ID laws in Texas, Georgia, North Dakota and Kansas -- and how they affect close races. We also look at why Florida may be the key to reversing that trend.

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Alabama voters will choose between Republican Roy Moore and Democrat Doug Jones Tuesday.

Strict voter ID laws could tilt Alabama senate race in Roy Moore's favor

Alabama voters will choose between Republican Roy Moore and Democrat Doug Jones Tuesday.

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In the year 2000, legal dispute over the failure of Florida's voting machinery led to the selection of President George W. Bush by the US Supreme Court.

US elections: Repaired… or fixed?

In the year 2000, legal dispute over the failure of Florida's voting machinery led to the selection of President George W. Bush by the US Supreme Court.

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