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Was there a White House plot to illegally suppress votes in 2004?

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Was there a White House plot to illegally suppress votes in 2004?




Was there a White House plot to illegally suppress votes in 2004?

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Is there a similar plan for the upcoming elections? On Friday July 27 at 8:30 pm (check local listings), NOW examines documents and evidence that points to a Republican Party plan designed to keep Democrats from voting, by targeting people based on their race and ethnicity. Congress is investigating, and so are we. We speak with David Iglesias, one of eight fired U.S. Attorneys, who says he lost his job because he refused to go along with the White House plan to suppress votes. The NOW website at www.pbs.org/now will feature an extended interview with David Iglesias and reveal key e-mails and documents covered in our investigation.

 

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