Despite 2020 successes, election officials' disinformation fight continues
Last year's election may have been the "best administered," but officials are still seeking to stem the flood of disinformation that caused so much unrest.
Alleged anti-vote-by-mail robocall scammers charged again in Ohio
Right-wing scammers Jack Burkman and Jacob Wohl were previously charged in Michigan for allegedly placing a robocall discouraging minority voters from casting mail-in ballots.
North Carolina AG calls Trump leading source of election misinformation
North Carolina Attorney General Josh Stein called the president's recent suggestion that his supporters vote twice a key example of misleading voters.
Combatting election disinformation is 'whack-a-mole,' says New Mexico official
"The misinformation and disinformation out there is ramping up to a crazy level," New Mexico Secretary of State Maggie Toulouse Oliver said during an online conference.
Right-wing scammers indicted over robocall spreading disinformation about voting by mail
Two bumbling GOP scammers face charges over a robocall that discouraged people in Detroit and other cities from voting.
Election misinformation abounds, but states are pushing back
Spammy text messages, careless mailing campaigns and confusion surrounding vote-by-mail are just a few of the things secretaries of state are trying to educate the public about before Nov. 3.
Michigan catches robocall spreading disinformation about voting by mail
Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson said she and the Michigan attorney general are investigating the call, which appears to be the work of two bumbling right-wing scam artists.