Absence of Supremes in election dispute called ‘ticking time bomb’

Article, Election 2020

Absence of Supremes in election dispute called ‘ticking time bomb’

With three Supreme Court justices weighing in on the dispute over the 2020 presidential election regarding the violation of laws by state officials, the issue isn’t going away.

In fact, writes University of California an Irvine Professor Rick Hasen on hisHasen Election Law Blog, it’s “a ticking time bomb” that the Supreme Court “is going to have to resolve.”

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Article: Mismatched signatures prompt tossed absentee ballots and legal fights ahead of November election

Election 2020, Election Fraud

Mismatched signatures prompt tossed absentee ballots and legal fights ahead of November election

Remember hanging chads, Florida’s 2000 election nightmare?

The 2020 equivalent could wind up being mismatched signatures.
With voting already underway in two states, Democrats and Republicans are drawing battle lines across the country over voter signatures for mail-in ballots, with lawsuits over how signatures are evaluated and whether voters can fix ballots that get tossed.

Article: Taking Stock Of The Supreme Court’s Citizens United Decision, 10 Years Later

Election Reform

Taking Stock Of The Supreme Court’s Citizens United Decision, 10 Years Later

Interview Highlights

On how the influence of “mega-donors” has increased in American elections over the past decade 

Carrie Levine: “A recent report by the Center for Responsive Politics found that election related spending from those types of independent groups really ballooned over the past decade. It went from $750 million over the two decades before the decision to $4.5 billion over the decades since Citizens United.

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Article: Election 2016: Tracking Reports of Voting Problems Across the United States

Election Fraud

Election 2016: Tracking Reports of Voting Problems Across the United States

Claims of fraud or intimidation, long wait times, machine snafus, controversies over counting votes? We’re following them here.

From now through Election Day and beyond, NBC News is tracking reports of voting problems and irregularities. That includes claims of fraud or intimidation, long wait times, machine snafus, controversies over counting votes and anything else that could threaten the right to vote or the integrity of the process.

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