Robocalls made to disenfranchise Black voters must be stopped

Two U.S citizens who made robocalls to allegedly purposefully disenfranchise Black voters must be immediately stopped from making more robocalls before the election.

“Voters need to know that it is safe to vote, that their vote is secure, and that these fake robocalls are designed to intimidate people not to vote,” said Amy Walsh, a partner in Orrick Herrington & Sutcliffe’s New York office who is representing the plaintiffs pro bono.

These robocalls are targeting Black…

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