9/10: The New York City Board of Elections publicly admitted that they were culpable for bad choices that led to mass confusion and voting problems during the midterm elections.
7/18: The United States Election Assistance Commission released a report that disputes claims of voter suppression in Georgia during the 2018 midterm elections.
5/8: Though Democrats claim minority voters are prevented from registering, the numbers prove that minority voter registration surged in 2018.
4/26: California's Democratic party used ballot harvesting to ensure Republicans could not win in the midterm elections.
4/24: After another recount debacle in the 2018 midterms the Florida legislature is looking to pass laws that would allow for accurate counts and maintained voter rolls.
4/24: Election Integrity Project California released a report that outlined the myriad of failures which hampered California's midterm elections.
4/9: After human error lead to hundreds of votes in Miami County going uncounted, Ohio has announced the state will supervise the vote counting in the county during the next election.
4/3: Republican Judge Brian Hagedorn has been declared the victor in a close race in Wisconsin, though the margin of the victory may trigger a recount.
4/3: After another contentious recount put the state in the news, Florida is moving to make election reforms.
3/13: Indiana Secretary of State Connie Lawson delivered a scathing indictment of the behavior of Porter County election officials in the last election.