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Leaders Step Up to Offer a Safe Vote in Wisconsin and Pennsylvania | Independent Voter NewsLeaders Step Up to Offer a Safe Vote in Wisconsin and Pennsylvania | Independent Voter News

Leaders Step Up to Offer a Safe Vote in Wisconsin and Pennsylvania. July 22, 2020. The cross-partisan group.

Lawsuit Filed in Pennsylvania to Ensure Voters Can Obtain Ballots Amidst Mail Delays | Independent Voter NewsLawsuit Filed in Pennsylvania to Ensure Voters Can Obtain Ballots Amidst Mail Delays | Independent Voter News

Lawsuit Filed in Pennsylvania to Ensure Voters Can Obtain Ballots Amidst Mail Delays. September 2, 2020.

Postal Service Warns Tossup States of Delivery Challenges under Voting Deadlines | Independent Voter NewsPostal Service Warns Tossup States of Delivery Challenges under Voting Deadlines | Independent Voter News

The Postal Service is warning the two biggest Midwest presidential battlegrounds, Pennsylvania and Michigan, that much of their election mail won't get delivered on time because the states' absentee ballot deadlines are too tight.

Fight Over Purging vs. Accuracy of Voter Rolls Arrives in Battleground Pa. | Independent Voter NewsFight Over Purging vs. Accuracy of Voter Rolls Arrives in Battleground Pa. | Independent Voter News

Two prominent voting rights groups are attempting to formally intervene so they can fight a Pennsylvania lawsuit that threatens thousands of names on the voter rolls in that marquee battleground state.

2020 and Beyond: The View from County Road T | Independent Voter News2020 and Beyond: The View from County Road T | Independent Voter News

Trump won Wisconsin by 23,000 votes, Michigan by 11,000 votes, and Pennsylvania by 44,000 votes.

Forget Election Day; Are You Ready for Election Week? | Independent Voter NewsForget Election Day; Are You Ready for Election Week? | Independent Voter News

Thus, delayed processing and counting could prove to be a major issue in battleground states like Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin -- the narrow margins in which decided the 2016 presidential election.

Early Voting Trends Show Dems Falling Short in 3 out of 4 Battleground States | Independent Voter NewsEarly Voting Trends Show Dems Falling Short in 3 out of 4 Battleground States | Independent Voter News

For instance, in Pennsylvania, Democrats have cast 946,662 early votes and Republicans cast 262,838, for a 79 percent to 21 percent edge that is well above the 70 percent Dems need to hit in early voting to match Republican turnout on Election Day.

Pro-Voter Reformers: George's Primary Debacle Underscores Need for Vote-By-Mail Nationwide | Independent Voter NewsPro-Voter Reformers: George's Primary Debacle Underscores Need for Vote-By-Mail Nationwide | Independent Voter News

Washington DC and Pennsylvania were also plagued by problems on June 2. As the conversation on how to conduct elections in the middle of a pandemic continues, former Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Ridge and former Michigan Gov.

UnRig It: "There's Something Rotten in Denmark!" | Independent Voter NewsUnRig It: "There's Something Rotten in Denmark!" | Independent Voter News

John discusses how the election reform movement is growing and some of its challenges, "politics as usual," and the ongoing efforts of Open Primaries in Florida, Pennsylvania, Arizona and more.

June's 'Super Tuesday' Proves Vote-at-Home Works, Advocates Say | Independent Voter NewsJune's 'Super Tuesday' Proves Vote-at-Home Works, Advocates Say | Independent Voter News

Four states -- Indiana, Maryland, Pennsylvania and Rhode Island -- postponed their primary elections to June 2 to allow voters an extended opportunity to request absentee ballots, while DC, Iowa, Montana, New Mexico, and South Dakota largely increased their