Gillespie County documents show election worker expenses for the primary more than doubled from 2020. And they’re likely to grow.

Since the advent of no-excuse mail voting in 2020, thousands of Pennsylvania ballots have been rejected over missing dates, signatures, or other errors.

The 2022 ban has changed the way some voters return mail ballots and how clerks collect them. The Wisconsin Supreme Court is about to consider overturning it.

The Pennsylvania state House advances a pre-canvassing bill this week, but its fate uncertain in the Senate

The price tag could reach $300 million, says a top state election official. The legislature has allocated $0 — and set a two-year deadline.

Hand-counting ballots

Election officials warn against the inaccurate and costly practice of tallying votes manually instead of using machines.

Right-wing challengers are ‘throwing the kitchen sink’ into their complaints about how elections are conducted.

From Arizona to Pennsylvania, Votebeat’s coverage has led to reforms that make democracy function better.

An effort to reduce errors — and prevent ballots from being disqualified — backfires as many voters fail to write in the last two digits of the year.

Inquiry into Steven Frid began in the fall after an anonymous complaint and led to his ouster from the Election Assistance Commission.

Trump says Republicans need to pay more attention to the issue. Parties have been saying this throughout American history.

They’re suing for the right to cast absentee ballots electronically, but security concerns stand in the way.

Mail voting has been under attack since 2020. This is how the state secures the system from fraud, and the grey areas remaining in the law.

Groups including the NAACP want the full 3rd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals to rule on the issue. A decision is not expected before the April 23 primary.

Secretary Schmidt answers more of your questions from live event

Voting for the first time can be a big deal regardless of your age, and we want to hear about your experience.

Party worries that the candidate’s unrelenting false claims about fraud could discourage its supporters from turning out.

Claire Woodall runs through a 26-point checklist to ensure that ballots are handled correctly, and the public has a chance to watch what happens.

Votec, one of only three companies approved to manage voter registration data, is facing a financial squeeze and asking counties for a 35% surcharge.

Text messages show what a spokesman denied: a link between the state’s decision and false allegations from a right-wing website.

Who would be allowed to transport ballots, fix machines, or help set up polling places? Clerks struggle for answers.

The decision means potentially tens of thousands of ballots could be rejected this year. Plaintiffs must decide whether an appeal makes sense.

Recount petitions may force courts to step in if the state can’t deliver on time.

Al Schmidt, Pennsylvania’s secretary of state, answered audience questions about trust in elections and misinformation.

Pot of federal grant money is shrinking, and it’s tied up in spending negotiations