Counties are taking new measures to prevent observers and poll workers from disrupting voting.
Gabriel Sterling on what it was like testifying at the Jan. 6 hearings.
Sweeping election bills failed, but Legislature revives two ideas as scaled-back programs.
I’ll report this story with the same balance and insight that I’ve brought to my long career in journalism.
It’s clear Trump’s election allegations were false, but other candidates are following his playbook anyway.
Zuckerberg’s grants prompted new laws prohibiting donated resources. Now, wary election officials wonder what they can accept.
Nine in ten Arizona voters take advantage of the state’s no-excuse early voting and vote-by-mail system, now under threat by the same party that created it.
Paxton aggressively pursued voter fraud, but uncovered few actual cases. He’s also trying to overturn voting rights precedents.
Yavapai County voted overwhelmingly for Trump, and most voters there used ballot drop boxes. “2000 Mules” is energizing the movement to ban them.
Arizona election officials prep for surge in in-person voting during August primary. The state has had mail voting for decades.
New voting laws brought challenges, and high turnout doesn’t suggest otherwise.
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People gave me reasons for not participating in the electoral process that had no basis in fact.
Just like lobbying and campaign finance, elections are governed by a patchwork of rules that don’t make intuitive sense, and that differ from state to state.
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Bill passed with bipartisan support may lead to burdensome number of recounts, add to election costs, and delay final results, experts warn.
Counties couldn’t process mail ballots until Election Day, delaying discovery of a misprint on some Lancaster County ballots.
Some GOP election officials running campaigns thread the needle by saying their elections were free of fraud, but they won’t vouch for everyone else — leaving doubts to fester.
Whether the counties can report near-complete results on election night depends on how many mail-in ballots need to be counted — and when the counting starts.
The split primary is one example of the obstacles resulting from lawsuits and new voting rules.
Five ways to get help amplifying voter education messages.
The Electronic Registration Information Center is trusted by most states as the most effective way to perform cross-state voter registration checks.
Many conservatives have criticized Mark Zuckerberg’s 2020 funding — but not this other guy’s.
Among the proposals is one that would give the legislature more control over the final products.
Outside funding for elections isn’t ideal. Neither is ignoring the reality that made it necessary.
Even conservative courts probably won’t treat the law differently than in the past.
How the historic nominee thinks of voting rights and election integrity.
Lawmakers and courts differed on how — and whether — to define and uphold “partisan fairness” when reviewing electoral maps.
How the Electronic Registration Information Center helps achieve both secure elections and fair voting access.
The order clears the way for the use of new state House and Senate maps in the May primary.
The majority highlighted traditional redistricting criteria and partisan fairness.
The many circumstances that led the county to miss the state’s deadline for reporting election results.
The report by Alex Halderman alleging vulnerabilities in Georgia’s election system is sealed as part of a long-running lawsuit.
Red states and blue states vouch for the program’s value in their voter-roll maintenance.
Congressional map picked by Pennsylvania Supreme Court unlikely to dramatically alter partisan balance
The map closely resembles the current one, with Democrats and Republicans each expected to win roughly half of the state’s 17 districts.
The state Supreme Court agreed to take over the process in early February following hearings held by a lower appellate judge.
Secretary of state still won’t say what “concerns” led him to withdraw from ERIC.
The move is required by federal law because at least 5% of Dallas County Vietnamese-speaking citizens who are of voting age have limited English proficiency.
Supreme Court conservatives are letting legislatures off the hook for their redistricting plans in the midterm elections.
The data on compactness, contiguity, minimal splits, and equal population.
The state Supreme Court will take up the recommendation but is not required to follow it. Oral arguments are scheduled for later this month.
Though Republicans retain an advantage, the maps could substantially alter the balance of power in Harrisburg and one will likely be challenged in court.