Rivko Knox, a volunteer with the League of Women Voters in Phoenix, and other voters sued Arizona over a law that bans the third-party collection of early mail-in ballots. The issue is now before the Supreme Court. AP Photo/Anita Snow Nancy Martorano Miller, University of Dayton; Domingo Morel, Rutgers University – Newark ; Frank J.
Arizona Secretary of State Katie Hobbs told a national panel Thursday that the best way to combat election misinformation is with truth, even if “there are some folks who are never going to believe anything I say.” Her comments came during a call with election officials from the battleground states of Ohio, Michigan and Georgia,
Early in-person voting began Monday in the runoff elections for Georgia’s two U.S. Senate seats, with lines reported to be shorter than in the first days of early voting for the general election last month. More than half of the record 5 million votes in the Nov. 3 general election were cast during its three-week
In 2016, virtually all of the polls, news and social media predicted that Hillary Clinton would win the presidential election by a landslide. A close inspection of Trump rallies in comparison with Clinton gatherings and speeches showed a vast disparity between the size and enthusiasm of the two standard bearers. Trump’s campaign rallies were large,
In America, voters — not politicians — decide elections. And they did so in record numbers this year. The projected results for many races including the White House are in, and Americans are celebrating their democracy. The final tally will come when all votes are counted, canvassed, and certified over the next few weeks. Counting every vote
During my misspent youth as a GOP political consultant, one of the lessons I learned is that elections are fundamentally a game of amateurs. The average American only votes once every four years (if they bother to vote at all), and every election cycle features news stories of confused voters complaining about the complexity of