The attorney general and Justice Department can issue pro-Trump propaganda, but not reject or seize ballots, nor interrupt the locally run election process.
ALL POSTS BY Steven Rosenfeld
- October 16, 2020
The ex-adviser says Trump’s declaration will be based on votes at Election Day polls, but the first election night returns also will include totals from early voting sites and many absentee ballots.
- September 30, 2020
At the first TV debate, Trump also said he expected the Supreme Court to back him. Biden countered that Trump was in fantasy land, a chronic liar and urged people to vote.
- September 24, 2020
In many swing states, voters cannot simply return an absentee ballot to an Election Day poll. Those voters who try will get to vote, but not without more paperwork and possibly creating delays for other voters.
- September 21, 2020A California Voter Foundation study identifies the causes behind the highest ballot rejection rates of any age group as states start sending out millions of fall ballots.