10/8: The Public Interest Legal Foundation is investigating how 200 votes in Michigan were thrown out and if this problem goes beyond the state.
10/6: Former presidential candidate Jill Stein says she may challenge the legality of Philadelphia's new touchscreen voting machines in court.
10/4: The Department of Justice announced that it will join the suit against New York's Green Light Laws, which would give driver's licenses to illegal immigrants.
10/3: Richard John Greenfield pleaded guilty to voting in both Arizona and Nevada during the 2016 election.
10/1: Governor Kay Ivey appointed Rosie Lyles, who was accused of multiple counts of voter fraud, as Hale County’s chief election official.
10/1: Iowa Secretary of State Paul Pate called a recent ruling, allowing the state to demand voter ID, a victory for election integrity.
9/24: Michigan city clerk Sherikia Hawkins has been charged with six counts of felony voter fraud, stemming from the alteration of 193 ballots during the 2018 midterms.
9/22: Media investment adviser Group M has estimated that the current election will cost $10 billion in advertising expenses, up 59% from the 2016 election.
9/22: ACRU Policy Board Member Hans von Spakovsky explains why the state of California's new law requiring presidential candidates to provide tax returns before qualifying to appear on the ballot is a partisan attack and frivolous.
9/21: Connecticut's State Elections Enforcement Commission is considering a probe into possible ballot fraud in Bridgeport, Connecticut.