Voting rights advocates have filed a flood of litigation regarding states’ voter verification practices and rules relating to mail ballot defects.
Zahavah Levine is coordinator of the Healthy Elections Project. She is a former DCI Fellow at Stanford and Google executive, and has a J.D. from UC Berkeley School of Law.
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How have state and federal courts handled mail voting litigation?
The state’s early decision to transition to an all vote-by-mail primary election seems prescient.
While political divides hindered Wisconsin’s ability to administer a safe, fair and orderly April 7 primary election in the pandemic, the state is now preparing for its Aug. 11 primary and the Nov. 3 general election with CARES Act funding and its Safe Voting Plan.
What are the pandemic-related challenges for the Grand Canyon State ahead of an August primary and November general election?