Voting officials in Pennsylvania continue to deal with election misinformation. Voting rights advocates hope some election reforms could help fend off any disruptions in 2024.
A major U.S. Supreme Court case from North Carolina about a once-fringe election theory may end up getting tossed out of the high court now that a state court in GOP hands is rehearing the case.
County election supervisors say the new restrictions will create significant election reporting delays and a slew of costs for local election offices, and could disenfranchise large numbers of voters.
How federal elections are run across the U.S. could be upended if the Supreme Court adopts even a limited version of a once-fringe idea known as the "independent state legislature theory."
Arizona's Maricopa County faced criticism as it took days to count its votes in 2022. The county's Republican recorder has a proposal to try to fix the problems he sees.
Hundreds of thousands of mail ballots were rejected across the country during the 2022 general election. That's about 1% of returned ballots, a rate similar to prior years.
The bipartisan legislation would update the certification process for presidential elections, which former President Donald Trump and his allies tried to exploit after the 2020 election.
Months after the controversial arrests, one case ended with a plea deal and at least three have been dismissed. And attorneys say Florida's cases face a tough road — even if they make it to trial.
A DNC panel approved changes to its primary calendar, but states face different challenges in implementing the plan.
After a series of issues in Democratic-leaning Harris County on Election Day, Republican state leaders in Texas have suggested criminal charges may be warranted.
Jacob Wohl and Jack Burkman robocalled roughly 85,000 voters across five states, falsely telling them that voting by mail would risk "giving your private information to the man."
After a court order, officials in the GOP-controlled county certified midterm election results days after they missed the legal deadline and put more than 47,000 people's votes at risk.
Around 164,000 people's votes for the midterm elections are at risk after Arizona's Cochise County and Pennsylvania's Luzerne County failed to certify local results by their states' deadlines.
After a tumultuous two years in the spotlight, Georgia elections officials say a smooth 2022 has them hopeful for more "boring" elections.
Secretary of state candidates who deny the 2020 election results generally underperformed fellow Republicans on the ballot in a handful of competitive states.