Election Laws

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
Surge in observers during the primary, along with tensions and disruptions, leads to NC rule tightening.
Gov. Ducey signs bill — similar to one he previously vetoed — that changes basis for canceling voter registrations.
Counties are taking new measures to prevent observers and poll workers from disrupting voting.
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.
Yavapai County voted overwhelmingly for Trump, and most voters there used ballot drop boxes. “2000 Mules” is energizing the movement to ban them.
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.
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.
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