State courts are fielding a sky-high number of lawsuits ahead of the midterms | Analysis

BY: - October 28, 2022

Most of the election-related lawsuits now before state courts focus on fine details of election procedures. This can be a costly, time-consuming process for state courts.


Republicans are targeting innocent Black voters. Here’s how | Michael Coard

BY: - October 26, 2022

There's a new Jim Crow when it comes to voting. Here's how to make your voice heard at the polls.

Voters line up at a polling station in Houston to cast their ballots during the Texas presidential primary on March 3, 2020. Mark Felix/AFP via Getty Images

It’s taking longer to vote in U.S. elections – especially for Black & Hispanic voters | Opinion

BY: - October 14, 2022

Where you are and who you are significantly affect how long it will take you to vote. And long waits drive down turnout.

Steelers star and other veterans highlighting impact of closed primaries on those who served

BY: - August 26, 2022

About half of Pennsylvania’s 800,000 veterans are registered independents and the Keystone State is one of nine that do not allow third-party voters to participate in primary elections, according to Ballot PA, a coalition of civic, community, and business organizations committed to open elections and good government.

State elections officials struggle with paper shortages, harassment, insider threats

BY: - July 24, 2022

Last week's meeting of the National Association of State Elections Directors was held with stringent security precautions.