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Lawrence Norden

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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

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

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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.

US elections: Repaired… or fixed?

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.

The War over Voter ID Heats Up

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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