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“Election policy is more durable if it’s bipartisan,” a prominent expert says.
Even the Democratic secretary of state is a fan of Republican Sen. Ken Bennett’s bill to release digital images of cast ballots to the public.
Lawmakers debate whether ineligible voters would be prosecuted for making a mistake. Republicans had lowered the penalty to a misdemeanor two years ago.
Conspiracy theory whirlwind threatens to blow Texas out of national program that keeps voter rolls updated
ERIC is a national system that Texas officials say is an important tool to keep voting rolls clean. But a band of right-wing voter fraud activists, joined by state GOP officials, wants to gut it.
Republican senator’s record on elections has Democrats, voting advocates worried passing reform will be difficult
Cris Dush, chairman of the state government committee, rejected the results of the 2020 election and led Republicans’ investigation attempt.
Why Arizona’s attorney general is suing Cochise County for giving its recorder control over elections
Attorney General Kris Mayes calls the plan to empower election skeptic David Stevens an “unqualified handover.”
David Stevens, recorder of the southern Arizona county, will appoint the permanent elections director and take control of vote counting.
Pennsylvania court offers conflicting opinions on requirements for fraud evidence in recount petitions
A higher court would have to determine whether recount petitions require evidence of fraud
Republican lawmakers work to reverse change to state law that made illegal voting a misdemeanor
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