The law signed this week is the first in the nation and expands the Department of Corrections’ current effort to restore voting rights to returning citizens.
Redistricting cases like Galveston County prompt continuing challenges to the Voting Rights Act and important legal precedents protecting voters of color.
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A harsh court ruling criticizes Harris County for its ballot paper shortages in 2022. The county’s new election chief pledges to get it right.
Voting rights in less competitive states aren’t in the spotlight, and those voters deserve answers
Some county messaging had said drop boxes in the all-mail election would be open until voting ended at 7 p.m. on Election Day.
About 32,000 Arizona voters who haven’t proved their citizenship may be subject to investigations and potential removal from rolls under the 2022 laws.
Northampton County officials say the machines are correctly recording votes even if the paper ballot doesn’t match.
4,600 voters across nearly 40 cities and townships tried out Prop 2′s new option for casting ballots, with a positive response and only one tech hiccup reported.
When Chester County needed Jay Schneider to step up, he did, and learned about elections along the way.
Several cities and townships pilot the new Prop 2 voting option before adopting it statewide next year.
Heider Garcia will replace Michael Scarpello, who had led the elections department in Dallas since 2020.
As younger voters turn out, it’s time to think about how to make elections work for them.
The Republican-passed Senate Bill 1 added restrictions to voting that plaintiffs say disproportionately affect voters of color.
Legislation applauded by voting rights activists would mandate Department of Corrections to provide people who have served their sentences with ID and voter registration materials.
Department of State reaches agreement after advocates raised concerns in 2019 with a new voting machine that glitched and compromised voter privacy in its first year.
New report shows the Arizona county claims ignorance of ballot printers’ limits prior to midterm election problems, but OKI says its manual explained it all.
Bipartisan bills passed this session will give voters more time and opportunities to fix mistakes when they request and return ballots by mail.
Unlike other high-profile resignations of election officials across the country, Pinal County Elections Director Geraldine Roll resigned under deep scrutiny.