9/10: Ohio Secretary of State Frank LaRose's office is defending the decision to purge thousands of voters on rolls in Ohio.
9/9: Concerned with the county's history of election turmoil, voters have formed Citizen Audit, a bipartisan group aiming to clean up Broward County's election processes.
8/22: Florida has voted to join the Electronic Voter Registration Information Center (ERIC), which will allow the state to compare their voter rolls with those in other states.
8/21: North Carolina is considering a bill that would use jury exucusals to purge voter rolls, looking for noncitizens excused from jury duty who may be registered to vote.
8/21: Florida has joined the Electronic Registration Information Center (ERIC), a 29-state compact designed to help states keep voter rolls clean.
8/21: After months of delays, Florida has decided to join the Electronic Registration Information Center (ERIC), which will help keep the state's elections secure.
8/20: The Public Interest Legal Foundation reported that nearly 60% of counties in America have more registered voters than eligible voters on their rolls.
8/7: Bad policies, poorly maintained voter rolls, and unscrupulous people have taken advantage of America's lax voter system for years.
8/1: Ohio Secretary of State Frank LaRose has implemented the Registration Reset List, which will hopefully help clean voter rolls in the state.
7/25: Texas' refusal to make sure all their registered voters are US citizens could compromise the integrity of the 2020 election.