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Volunteers and election offiicals count mailed ballots in St. Paul, Minn.

All those fights over late-arriving mail ballots were much ado about very little

Pildes is a professor of constitutional law at New York University.

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Nabilah Islam ran for a House seat in Georgia last year, despite lacking both a living wage and health insurance.

Are health care and a living wage too much for congressional candidates to ask?

Rotman is director of money in politics and ethics for Common Cause, one of the nation's oldest democracy reform advocacy organizations. From 2006 to 2011 she was the first director of Connecticut's public campaign financing program and before that was deputy general counsel of the New York City Campaign Finance Board.

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Voters cast their ballots in Atlanta for the 2020 general election.

In Georgia, the most insidious suppression may be weakening the will to vote

Dzieduszycka-Suinat is the president of the U.S. Vote Foundation, a nonprofit that works to ensure that all citizens become voters.

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