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Some states are making it harder to vote, some easier - but it's too early to determine effect on 2022 vote

There’s been a good deal of crying foul about what are being called anti-democratic new state laws that make it harder to vote - but But it turns out such laws might have little impact on voter turnout and vote margins in an election. ... Read more»

New study finds voting by mail does not increase risk of voting fraud

A first-of-its-kind study focused on the likelihood of various attacks on mail voting in the United States determined "that expanding mail voting is safe and should be used moving forward because it increases voter access and reduces the likelihood of adversarial interference."... Read more»

Voting rights advocates air worries about onslaught of new state election laws

A U.S. House elections panel heard from witnesses about the need to craft a new formula that identifies which states or jurisdictions have problematic histories of racial discrimination when it comes to access to the ballot box.... Read more»

Elections officials sound alarm: AZ vote by mail may be harmed by USPS changes

The postal service is warning states, including Arizona, that it may not be able to deliver ballots and early ballot requests for the November election within the narrow timelines in state law.... Read more»

Don't mail in ballot — turn it in today

Registered Tucson voters who have not yet cast their ballots in the city's first all mail-in election can no longer use the Postal Service, but still can have their voices heard by dropping ballots off at any ward location or at the City Clerk's office.... Read more»