Blake Paterson is the reporting fellow for ProPublica’s Electionland project. He graduated from Harvard University, where he studied history and economics. Blake was previously an intern at Politico, the Houston Chronicle and Fox News Sunday.
A few problems are emerging early on Election Day, but one expert said voters “should exhaust all remedies before agreeing to leave.”
“There are two scenarios: One is that it’s been an unprecedented number of early voters, and the next is that it’s an equally historic Election Day,” a political science professor said.
We’ve created a virtual newsroom of hundreds of journalists, and we’ve been working for months.
False claims that Immigration and Customs Enforcement is interfering at polling locations have cropped up intermittently over the past two years.
Election official in Dallas County says it’s the worst she’s seen in decades.
A voter-registration form sent by the party had a pre-checked response indicating the person filling it out was a U.S. citizen, though that wasn’t true for everybody who received it.
Recent news casts doubt on whether some voters in the state will be able to cast a ballot when they show up on Election Day.
Nearly half of the state’s counties are shutting down polling places, in part because of a law passed in June.
The federal government has released data on how states will spend $380 million set aside for election infrastructure. But questions remain about how much it will help secure the 2018 election.
Although the Trump administration wants to restrict access to the ballot box, its chief spokesperson once sued to overturn a ban on student voting.
For years, the candidate for Kansas governor has defended towns that passed anti-immigration ordinances. The towns have lost big — but Kobach has fared considerably better.
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