McGlinchey in the News
U.S. judges are narrowing voting protections. Some fear lasting damageRead Time: 1 min
Member and Co-Chair of the Government and Internal Investigations team Bob Driscoll (Washington) was quoted in an NPR article on February 25 related to concerns about setbacks to the Voting Rights Act.
“Voter turnout is as as high as it’s ever been in this country and it is easier to vote than ever, as Democratic activists complain about ‘voter suppression,’ ” he said. “At the same time, it is harder to cheat in an election than it ever has been and Republicans complain about voter fraud.”
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Bob is the former Chief of Staff of the Department of Justice’s Civil Rights division.