All 67 counties were required for the first time to participate in a “risk-limiting audit,” a statistical method of checking the accuracy of the election outcome.
After last-minute challenge from attorney general, county commissioners agree to certify those provisional votes in time for canvassing deadline.
Two counties have postponed until the last minute, but election lawyers say the courts will force the certification by the deadline no matter what.
Allegations of intentional partisan disenfranchisement are easier to believe than absurd conspiracy theories, but what should matter most is showing the proof.
The Republican supervisors are asking a judge to compel the elections director to expand the hand count audit of ballots in the midterm election.
The state’s biggest county has no central system for tracking problems, so it still can’t say how many polling places opened late, ran out of paper, or worked just fine.
Turnout surged at University of Michigan–Ann Arbor and Michigan State, with hundreds waiting until Election Day to register and causing five-hour lines.
Maricopa County is researching these provisional ballots from voters who left an original location and tried to vote elsewhere.
This Pennsylvania county ran out of ballot paper on Election Day. Now the district attorney is investigating.
One week later, angry voters demand to know why Luzerne County polling places had ballot shortages.
The fullest explanation the county has made so far about what went wrong.
Here’s why some counties tally votes in hours while others take days to tackle a similar number.
There were isolated problems, including in Arizona and Texas, but the election was otherwise smooth.
Challengers turned out to scrutinize, but didn’t disrupt, absentee ballot counting.
When the machine wouldn’t take the ballot, voters were told to place their ballots into a slot on a secure box, which the county has labeled “door 3.”
Meanwhile, Chester County faces long night of nonstop counting now required by law.
Maricopa County found a solution to its ballot-tabulating problem. Unscanned votes will still be counted.
Republicans sued to keep vote centers open late, but a judge said there was no evidence voters were disenfranchised.
People spreading misinformation on Twitter apparently conflated different pieces of election news, none of which affect the deadline.
Ruling caps month-long spectacle marked by confusing proposals from Republican officials, warnings from the state, and arguments from lawyers who defended Cyber Ninjas.
Catherine Engelbrecht and Gregg Phillips continue to withhold identity of person of interest in defamation case.
Election conspiracies meet the strict scrutiny of a federal courtroom in True the Vote case
Undated mail ballots, Philadelphia counting process could underlie objections and court challenges in the weeks after Election Day.
Navajo voters in one Arizona County see their ballots rejected more frequently. Here’s what would fix that.
Advocates want Apache County to create vote centers where anyone can cast a ballot instead of using precinct-based voting.
Catherine Engelbrecht and Gregg Phillips refused to disclose the name of a mystery man who supposedly helped them investigate election software company Konnech.
Head start to prepare absentee ballots for counting before election is not the time-saver clerks had hoped for
Why smaller municipalities won’t take advantage of the extra two days the legislature provided.
New efforts to disrupt elections have everyone on high alert
Testimony from Gregg Phillips and Catherine Engelbrecht muddies explanation of how they acquired evidence used to target Konnech — and who helped.
Clean Elections USA is trying to mobilize thousands of volunteers to collect evidence for True the Vote and a conservative sheriffs’ group, internal communications show.
Facing state’s threat of lawsuit, county supervisors voted instead to expand its hand-count audit as allowed under Arizona law.
Bring us your questions about voting in Arizona, Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Texas
Republican supervisors, defying county attorney, intend to vote on plan next week.
Up to 1,000 Arizona voters were mistakenly sent ballots with only federal races. Here’s why and what’s next.
Counties are mailing out correct ballots and are contacting affected voters to help them cast the right one, even if they already sent a vote in.
Asian voters were most disproportionately affected by ID requirement under new voting law, according to analysis by the Brennan Center.
Voters in Michigan can register at a clerk’s office all the way through Election Day. Mailed ballots must be received by clerks by 8 p.m. on Election Day to be counted.
Wordy ballot measures are printed in 8-point type to keep the ballot on a single page.
Everything you need to know about requesting, filling out, and returning your mail ballot in Pennsylvania
While there are still pending legal challenges, casting a ballot by mail is a legal option available in Pennsylvania. Here’s how to do it.
Racist audio, Supreme Court debate show redistricting as a zero-sum exercise
Case brought by allies of Laura Pressley sparked years-long conflict with Gillespie County election staff.
Cochise County board’s two Republicans seek emergency vote, against attorney’s advice, on manual vote tally for November election.
Cochise County officials consider plan for manually tallying votes in November — a method that produces inaccurate results and takes much longer, research shows.
There’s bipartisan support for reforming the Electoral Count Act and clarifying the role of the vice president. But Texas’ Cruz is an exception.
Defamation case proceeds in Texas despite arrest of Konnech CEO in Los Angeles investigation.
Here’s how to get ready to vote in the 2022 midterms in Arizona — from registration deadlines to requesting mail ballots to voting in person.
If Prop 2 passes, Michigan would get early in-person voting. Local clerks are “sort of nervous” about paying for it.
Election officials and experts welcome an option that increases turnout — but many details remain to be decided.
Volunteers for “Operation Eagles Wings” are using surveys in eight states to seek support for conspiracy theories.
Nostalgia, faulty assumptions, conspiracy theories fueling the push to hand-count ballots
In perpetual fight against distrust, election official arranged a rare test that allowed the public to mark test ballots.