2020 Post-Election War Room

Democracy in Overtime

Post-election is underway! 
We’re on the frontlines making sure every lawful ballot is fairly counted. Stay updated with our 2020 Post-Election War Room!

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Here’s How A Recount Works

Here’s How A Recount Works

By Democracy Docket

There are many factors dictating what a recount will look like—vote margin, hand or machine count, and other state laws guiding the process. Every state has different rules and timelines for their recounts. It’s important to remember that recounts almost never flip the results of the election.

Wisconsin

Wisconsin Certification Challenge

Wisconsin Voters Alliance vs. Wisconsin Election Commissions

Petition filed by Republicans seeking to block the certification of the presidential election results in Wisconsin.

Minnesota

Minnesota Election Certification Challenge

Kistner v. Simon

Lawsuit seeking to delay the certification of the November 3rd, 2020 election in Minnesota.

We Are Not Done Yet

By Marc Elias

More than 50 years ago, the Supreme Court affirmed that eligible citizens have a constitutional right to vote and “to have their votes counted.” Now more than ever, we must stand up to protect voting rights and ensure every vote is counted.

We Are Not Done Yet
Make it Count! Track Your Ballot.

Make it Count! Track Your Ballot.

By Democracy Docket

More people are voting by mail in this election than ever before. To help give voters peace of mind, 45 states and the District of Columbia allow you to track the progress of your ballot. 

Lawyers: We Need Your Help Now

Lawyers: We Need Your Help Now

We need your help now. The right to vote—and to have it count—are being challenged like never before.

Help Protect Voting Rights!

Help Protect Voting Rights!

We are working with Democratic campaigns to ensure every lawful ballot is fairly counted. Add your name to volunteer.

Make a Mistake? Know About the “Cure” Process.

While signature matching laws and other forms of discarding eligible ballots need to be reformed, many states provide a way for voters to correct their ballot and still have it count. This is called the cure process.

Make a Mistake? Know About the “Cure” Process.