The governor cannot certify the election results until the challenges are resolved, which experts say could take weeks or months
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Redistricting cases like Galveston County prompt continuing challenges to the Voting Rights Act and important legal precedents protecting voters of color.
Voting rights in less competitive states aren’t in the spotlight, and those voters deserve answers
Northampton County officials say the machines are correctly recording votes even if the paper ballot doesn’t match.
Elected officials keep trying to remove eligible voters based on flawed data.
When Chester County needed Jay Schneider to step up, he did, and learned about elections along the way.
Arizona Attorney General Kris Mayes has subpoenaed the two Republican county supervisors to appear before a grand jury.
Even as Powell, Ellis, and others acknowledge their allegations were baseless, some continue to believe them.
Voter data discrepancies flagged in a preliminary 2022 audit are not uncommon in counties like Harris, experts say. But the errors could further confuse voters and raise suspicion if election officials don’t explain them
The election code dates to 1937, containing sections that contradict one another and don’t address key legal precedents.
Jocelyn Benson says she will appeal to the state Supreme Court, leaving new rules in place for now.
How officials are trying to prevent intimidation at drop boxes, hand-counting ballots, and other problems from the midterms.
The MacArthur Foundation chose Bassin as a genius grant recipient. He hopes the attention boosts his mission.
Election directors are meeting with Gov. Katie Hobbs and legislative leaders to press for a special session.
Heider Garcia will replace Michael Scarpello, who had led the elections department in Dallas since 2020.
Here are the consequences when Republican activists in Texas, California, Arizona, and elsewhere push local officials to ditch machines and count ballots by hand.
A Votebeat reporter experiences firsthand how Maricopa County verifies early voters’ identities.
Legislative leaders say they’re at an impasse, and counties say time has run out to move the primary any earlier.
How a Kerr County commissioner’s unfounded distrust of voting machines took “a wrecking ball to one of the finest election departments.”
Chaos in Congress could leave local election officials without the resources they need for 2024.