When normal life has ground to a halt, it may be reassuring that one American tradition—suing over electoral rules—is still going strong. Nicholas Stephanopoulos paints this election litigation landscape.
During the pandemic, courts have held ballot initiative qualification to a higher standard. Richard L. Hasen asks why.
Local elections officers play a key but little discussed role in protecting the right to vote. Richard Briffault explains they are a source of strength in our elections.