Creating investigations to resolve frivolous claims and unfounded allegations should not be something to celebrate.
Contrary to the claims of Georgia’s secretary of state, Trump follows his own playbook, which he began writing in 2016.
The Trump campaign is fighting to throw out legitimate votes.
Some 300,000 ballots remain a matter of dispute, as does their potential impact on the presidential election.
The real threat to the integrity of this election comes from Trump’s attempts to stop every vote from being counted.
Since 2018, Georgia’s GOP secretary of state has quietly wiped away the voter registrations of 198,351 voters.
Investing in programs like the one underway in Ohio leads to more voters being added to the rolls.
If SCOTUS conjures some pretext to invalidate mail ballots, it could render the 2020 election a smoldering ruin.
Despite a last-minute ruling restricting absentee voting, civil rights advocates are doubling down to get out the vote.
Far right groups are recruiting hundreds of volunteers to show up physically at polling places.