Lawrence Norden

New York University Law School

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Lawrence Norden is deputy director of the Democracy Program at New York University Law School's Brennan Center for Justice.

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The 2018 midterm elections will decide which party controls the Senate and Congress. Will the electorate have faith in the results?

Election protections

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In the year 2000, legal dispute over the failure of Florida's voting machinery led to the selection of President George W. Bush by the US Supreme Court.

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In 16 states, Republican-dominated legislatures have tightened access to the polls.  Pennsylvania has become the ninth to require Photo ID's.

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