U.S. District Judge Susan Bolton made a ruling on new Arizona laws that would require registered voters to provide proof of U.S. citizenship.

Virginia’s top election official is urging voters not to mail in absentee ballots, saying delivery problems “represent a fundamental threat to our democracy.”

Andrew Nickels of Carmel, Indiana pleaded guilty Tuesday after making a violent threat via voicemail to a local election official in Michigan in the aftermath of the 2020 election.

New York Republicans are preparing a lawsuit against the state over a new law that moves local election years alongside high-profile national and state races.

A legal effort to remove former President Trump from the New York ballot will likely fail due to procedural issues, election attorney Joe Burns argues.

Thousands gathered in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, last week in support of the Second Amendment and to join former President Trump at the NRA’s Great American Outdoor Show.

State leaders, most notably Democrats, are increasingly turning to state courts as a political tool to help pass elections laws and redistricted maps ahead of the 2024 election.

Republican Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis dropped out of the 2024 presidential race but will likely reappear in another high-profile campaign in the future.

Wyoming Secretary of State Chuck Gray filed an amicus brief in support of former President Trump remaining on the primary ballot in neighboring Colorado.

Republican candidate Nikki Haley opted out of ABC’s next debate unless former President Donald Trump participates in the event, leading to the news outlet cancelling the debate.

The Democrat effort in New York to remove former President Trump from the primary ballot is rife with issues that would need to be resolved in court, an election attorney says.

Denver police charged Brandon Olsen after he allegedly breached the Colorado Supreme Court building, held a guard at gunpoint and set fire to the seventh floor.