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.
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.
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.
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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.
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
The last day to apply to vote by mail is Oct. 28. Early voting runs from Oct. 24 to Nov. 4.
Case brought by allies of Laura Pressley sparked years-long conflict with Gillespie County election staff.

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In some Republican-heavy counties like Yavapai and Yuma, voting via drop box this year actually increased from past primaries.
The “chain of custody” process and other rules to safeguard election equipment are only as strong as the clerks who follow them.
Kansas, Missouri, Florida among states with laws that voter registration groups say put volunteers at risk
Here are a few stories we’ve written lately that debunk misinformation and reveal new information about the forces seeking to undermine elections.
Case cites election-integrity group’s own public claims that it stole data from Michigan company that makes software for managing poll workers.
Flood of records requests forces election officials to expend resources with an election looming.
The obscure document produced by some ballot tabulators won’t prove the fraud activists think it will, experts say.
Social network’s ban targeting misinformation close to elections extends to election officials trying to reach voters.
Aggrieved anti-fluoride activists, low pay, and understaffing eventually drove away Gillespie County’s election officials.
Texas attorney general’s office sent multiple memos this summer instructing election officials to follow longtime precedent. Then he changed his mind.
Attorney general’s opinion invites lawsuits over long-established ballot security and subjects election officials for possible criminal charges.
Surge in observers during the primary, along with tensions and disruptions, leads to NC rule tightening.
How the county’s “lean” investment in a neglected office led to an overstretched staff, ballot debacles, and disenfranchised voters.
Some election critics want fast results and hand counting. It’s impossible to have both.
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As witnesses recounted hostilities they’ve faced, a few senators tried to change the subject.
After “seeking God’s guidance,” the group has engaged in year-long campaign of chasing evidence, lobbying government, and harassing an election official, with little to show for it.
The Maricopa County recorder channels his energy — and lots of Diet Coke — into defending his elections and answering his critics.
When this election turned out to have no drama, an activist decided to generate his own.
“Many were very surprised to learn they were allegedly deceased,” Brnovich writes in his conclusion to probe of Cyber Ninjas’ claims.
Amid election official turnover and staff shortages in Arizona, experts worry elections “could get a little chaotic.”
States banned private money for election expenses, but a new plan to raise money for voter fraud investigations poses similar concerns.
Logic and accuracy testing demonstrates the integrity of ballot tabulators, officials say, and more people should come to watch.
Republicans and Democrats appear on the same ballot, but voting across party lines will spoil your vote.
Bomb sweeps, secret schedules, tighter security are the new norm at NASED.
The 300,000 March ballots are public records under state law, but the effort in Tarrant County may just be a warmup for endlessly disputed elections.
Skeptics get chance to scrutinize voting system up close, but few show up.
As politicians move to reshape elections, the people who run them speak up about the consequences.
Gov. Ducey signs bill — similar to one he previously vetoed — that changes basis for canceling voter registrations.
The Uvalde shooting heightened concerns about school security, but there aren’t always good alternative polling places available.