The politically-charged messages often contain far-right conspiracy theories relating to “QAnon” or similar fringe groups, the lawmakers say.
FAIRFAX-No one should be afraid to cast a ballot. Multiple officials echoed those words this week.
Wisconsin is one of 30 states that disenfranchises people convicted of felonies who are out of prison but still on supervision.
Local and county clerks are cheering on the ballots processing decision, saying it's "desperately needed" for November.
Considering postal delays and the pandemic, Michigan will count ballots for two weeks after Election Day.
Pennsylvania law enforcement officials are investigating the calls, which provide false information about voting.
The Pennsylvania Dept. of State issued the new guidance in response to a lawsuit that said more than 26,000 mail-in ballots were not counted in the primary because of signatures.