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Colorado clerk urges Supreme Court to block trial over voting machine password leak

Former Mesa County clerk-recorder Tina Peters claims she has constitutional immunity from prosecution by "hostile state actors."

Colorado judge rejects claims that door-to-door voter fraud search was intimidation

The judge said both sides seemed to be litigating issues outside the scope of the case, Colorado Politics reported.

Appeals court grants extended timeline to redraw Mississippi legislative districts

Although only 3 of the state’s 174 legislative districts were flagged as hindering voter rights, officials argued there wasn’t time to redraw them before the November general election.

GOP lawsuit over Nevada mail ballot deadline tossed

A federal judge said that the Republican organization hadn't made its case that its candidates would be harmed by the state's deadline.

Nonpartisan group teams up with conservatives to boost youth voter engagement at RNC

The question of the day at the event was how to get disillusioned, disengaged young people politically involved regardless of partisanship. Some speakers hoped that would help the GOP become more unified and diverse.

Biden’s fit-for-office claims falling flat with Democratic voters: Poll

President Biden’s attempt to assuage concerns about his fitness for a second term is not breaking through to Democratic voters.