Stanford-MIT Healthy Elections Project released its research compendium concerning the 2020 election and the coronavirus pandemic.
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Americans will likely see misinformation surrounding the vote count. Understanding how votes are counted and reported in battleground states could help inoculate against it.
Across the country, litigants are claiming that expanded mail-in voting will lead to fraud and that state officials lack the legal authority to change the rules related to voting by mail.
Voting rights advocates have filed a flood of litigation regarding states’ voter verification practices and rules relating to mail ballot defects.
A raft of litigation has taken place concerning both assistance with mail-in ballots and the means of returning them.
Legal battles are playing out around the country concerning vote-by-mail ballot submission rules and procedures.
Many Americans have sued this year to vote by mail instead of in person. Have their suits been successful?
How have state and federal courts handled mail voting litigation?
Third-party ballot collection—sometimes contemptuously called “ballot harvesting”—has drawn fierce partisan debate this election season. What laws currently govern ballot collection?
How do six battleground states define and attempt to prevent voter intimidation?