Voting rights groups are warning of an effort by a conservative law firm to launch a “wide-scale voter purge” — the latest step in a growing battle over state voter rolls.
It’s a favorite talking point of vote suppressors, and it’s hard to dispute: Illegitimate ballots undermine the integrity of elections and disenfranchise legitimate voters.
Colorado is using an innovative process to show it counted votes accurately — a reform that, if adopted more widely, could bolster public confidence in elections.
President Donald Trump is likely to name a leading defender of gerrymandering to a government post that could have a major impact on the next round of redistricting.
Milwaukee, the biggest Democratic strong-hold in a key swing state, is making it easier to vote — a change that could have big implications for upcoming elections, as well as setting up a battle with state Republicans over voting access.
An influential member of the White House voting commission wants to push the U.S. Justice Department to more aggressively target illegal voting by having it provide a yearly report on voter fraud.
Aiming to stem foreign interference in U.S. elections, the Federal Election Commission (FEC) has voted to create rules to more tightly regulate online political ads.