- How A Beloved Anti-Voter Fraud Tool Fell Victim To Conspiracies NPR 37:33
A rare bipartisan success story, the Electronic Registration Information Center, or ERIC, quietly helped to clean up voter rolls and catch fraud for nearly a decade — until it became the target of the far-right and a Trump allied lawyer.
NPR Voting Correspondent Miles Parks and NPR’s Investigations Team traced the secret meetings and grassroots pressure to dismantle an obscure elections tool — giving the election denial movement its biggest policy victory yet.
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This episode: voting reporter Miles Parks.
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