Women’s Voices, Women Vote

The Post follows-up on a North Carolina robocall controversy.

On Friday, Barack Obama’s campaign weighed in by circulating the transcript of a National Public Radio report on the calls. It noted that the North Carolina calls seemed to heavily skew to African Americans, including many women who had already registered, causing them to question whether they were eligible to vote in the primary on Tuesday.

The group responds.  This is an interesting case study in alleged voter suppression tactics and the tone of the media’s response.

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