Election Day in the U.S. is unfolding like no other, with nearly 100 million Americans having already cast their ballots before polls opened. Voters took advantage of absentee balloting and early in-person voting amid a pandemic that has killed more…
By Christina A. Cassidy, Anthony Izaguirre, Associated Press
The justices divided 4-4 Monday, an outcome that upholds a state Supreme Court ruling that allowed election officials to receive and count ballots until Nov. 6, even if they don't have a clear postmark.
By Associated Press
It comes in the wake of claims by President Donald Trump and his allies that the vote will be rigged and his call to supporters to "go into the polls and watch very carefully."…
By Michael Balsamo, Michael Kunzelman, Colleen Long, Associated Press
Election Day is less than four weeks away, and millions of Americans have already cast ballots. But rules in many states are still undecided due to pending court cases -- mostly over the distribution, verification and return of mail-in ballots.
By John Yang, Matt Loffman
By Nicholas Riccardi, Hannah Fingerhut, Associated Press
A majority of President Donald Trump's supporters plan to cast their ballot on Election Day, while about half of Joe Biden's backers plan to vote by mail, a sign of a growing partisan divide over how best to conduct elections…
Lawsuits around voting laws in Pennsylvania, Wisconsin and a half-dozen other key states have been overshadowed by President Donald Trump’s frequent verbal attacks on mail-in voting and the United States Postal Service. But the court battles could play a far…
By Gene Johnson, Associated Press
Judge Stanley Bastian in Yakima, Washington, said he was issuing a nationwide preliminary injunction sought by 14 states that sued the Trump administration and the U.S. Postal Service.
By Bob Christie, Associated Press
The Republican also said that mail-in ballots impinge on the historic American tradition of the secret ballot, an attack refuted by states that allow widespread mail-in voting.
By Christina A. Cassidy, Frank Bajak, Associated Press
With the coronavirus creating a surge in mail-in balloting and postal delays reported across the country, the number of rejected ballots in November is projected to be significantly higher than previous elections.
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