Head start to prepare absentee ballots for counting before election is not the time-saver clerks had hoped for
Why smaller municipalities won’t take advantage of the extra two days the legislature provided.
New pens, new envelopes, more vote centers, earlier counting, and more.
Bill passed with bipartisan support may lead to burdensome number of recounts, add to election costs, and delay final results, experts warn.
Neither Biden’s speech nor action by the Senate provide a clear pathway to passing the Democrats’ cherished bills.
Past presidents have mobilized moments of crisis to achieve historic progress. We need that again.
A mild new process for requesting reviews is paired with a spicy mandate that would be hard for the state to digest.
Why the state’s election review is so different from the one Arizona just concluded.
If nothing changes in the Senate, the new push for federal election legislation will go just like that last one did.