Election Dissection: Protests, ballot curing and election security
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Protesting organizations are probably not wrong to assume that Trump will stop at nothing to win. But there's a lot less that he can do here than in the autocracies that are often invoked, writes Kevin Johnson.
While voting is complete, some voters now need to take additional steps to ensure their ballots count, especially if they voted by mail or were forced to use a provisional ballot. Gilda Daniels explains how the process works.
Election Day passed with remarkably little drama and violence, but we shouldn't let our guard down, writes Rachel Kleinfeld.
David Levin discusses the successful efforts to prevent foreign interference in the 2020 election.