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Donald Trump speaking with supporters at a campaign rally at the Phoenix Convention Center in Phoenix, Arizona.

It’s easy enough for the Trump campaign to file a lawsuit claiming improprieties, but a lot harder to provide evidence of wrongdoing or a convincing legal argument. Here’s what you need to know as the election lawsuits start to mount. Read more»

Then-candidate Donald Trump speaking at the Phoenix Convention Center in September 2016.

Shortly before 2:30 a.m. on Nov. 4, Trump made his remarks from the White House, falsely saying he had already defeated Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden, with millions of votes still to be counted in several too-close-to-call states. He baselessly claimed some kind of “fraud” had occurred. Read more»

Voters line up in Chandler, Ariz., on Election Day 2018.

Election officials across the country have begun reviewing security plans at early and Election Day voting sites, strengthening ties with local law enforcement and training poll workers to prepare for voter intimidation tactics. Read more»

A federal court Tuesday blocked a lower court’s ruling that would have given Arizona voters five days after Election Day to correct mail-in ballots they accidentally filed without a signature. Currently, those ballots are discarded after polls close.

A federal appeals court Tuesday temporarily blocked a lower court ruling that would have given Arizona voters five days past Election Day to fix early ballots that were accidentally filed without a signature. Read more»

A Democratic lawsuit accuses Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump of using his campaign rallies, like this one in Phoenix Saturday, to “implore his supporters to engage in unlawful voter intimidation.”

The Arizona Democratic Party has filed suit against presidential candidate Donald Trump’s campaign, the Arizona Republican Party and others for what it calls a coordinated effort to “depress voter turnout,” particularly among minority voters. Read more»