This year, we saw a number of lawsuits filed against counties or cities. Here’s a roundup of some of the big themes that emerged from county-level action across the country this election cycle.
On Thursday, families and friends will gather to share a meal — and political opinions — this Thanksgiving. We’re pushing back against five myths you may hear and giving you the facts you need to counter them.
After the 2022 midterm elections, we’re highlighting five major wins this election cycle. Hear directly from the voters and organizations on the frontlines of democracy on what these wins meant to them and their constituencies.
Just because young voters showed up to the polls in 2022 and made their voices heard doesn’t mean state lawmakers or election officials made it easy to do so. In Missouri, one student group faced an uphill battle.
Amicus curiae translates to “friend of the court.” After reviewing all 69 amicus briefs submitted in Moore v. Harper, we’re highlighting a handful of the most insightful, provocative or compelling briefs.
While election officials are trying to manage voter expectations about realistic counting timelines, Republicans are indulging in the false narrative that, somehow, counting every ballot is fraudulent and wrong.
Hand counting is less accurate, more expensive and more time consuming than electronic tabulation. Yet, voting machine conspiracies could create major issues after Election Day as more counties implement rogue election procedures.
Curing notifies voters of an error on their mail-in ballots and provides them an opportunity to correct it. By targeting curing, the GOP is on a mission to prevent the counting of valid ballots with trivial mistakes.
Over 200 GOP election deniers are on the ballot this November. In this piece, we’re focusing on the election deniers who have prevailed in securing the GOP nominations for secretary of state, governor and attorney general, three particularly impactful statewide elected positions.
Wrongful, mass challenges can be discriminatory and disruptive and overwhelm election offices during an already busy time of year. These attempts to disenfranchise voters are currently proliferating across the country.