Here's where the current notable GOP hopefuls, including Donald Trump, stand on issues of democracy and election integrity.
A Nevada grand jury indicted six individuals who submitted documents falsely attesting that they were the state's official presidential electors, and that Donald Trump won Nevada in the 2020 election.
Sometimes polling places run out of ballots for voters. It's rare, but it happens. It happened in Mississippi earlier this month, causing serious issues for voters. Here's a look at why it happens.
Republican officials of Arizona's Cochise County face criminal charges after they risked more than 47,000 people's votes for the 2022 midterm elections by refusing to certify them by the deadline.
A special legislative session begins in Georgia to redraw the state's political maps after a federal judge ruled that the current district lines illegally dilute the power of Black voters.
A federal judge says mailed ballots that arrive on time but in envelopes without dates handwritten by Pennsylvania voters should be counted. The case is likely to end up before the U.S. Supreme Court.
Who can sue to enforce key voting protections for people of color under the Voting Rights Act could be severely limited by a lawsuit out of Arkansas, which may be headed for the U.S. Supreme Court.
The Wisconsin Supreme Court hears arguments in a case that could toss what critics say are the state's lopsided legislative maps.
With Congress increasingly polarized, there are growing calls to replace the winner-take-all approach for House elections with a system that advocates say could better reflect the country's diversity.
Experts say a right-wing campaign has cast efforts to combat rumors and conspiracy theories as censorship. As a result, they say, the tools to tamp down on election falsehoods have been scaled back.
A federal appeals court is giving Louisiana's GOP-led legislature until mid-January to draw a new congressional map to replace one found likely to violate federal law by diluting Black voters' power.
The letters were sent to elections offices in the presidential battlegrounds of Georgia and Nevada, as well as California, Oregon and Washington, with some being intercepted before they arrived.
Many Kentucky residents may have to vote somewhere new in this year's elections. That's because dozens of counties have consolidated polling places — a move that's raised concerns about ballot access.
It's no secret Americans have a negative view of Congress. And that frustration has led to some renewed interest in setting term limits for lawmakers, though it's an idea broadly opposed by experts.
A judge is ordering Georgia to draw new congressional and state legislative maps after finding the current maps illegally discriminate against Black voters.