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A recent poll showed most Americans support requiring photo ID in order to vote.

Most Americans favor voter ID laws, poll finds

A majority of Americans, regardless of political affiliation or race, agree that people should have to show photo identification when voting, recent polling found.

On this issue, state lawmakers are largely divided along party lines, with Republicans claiming voter ID laws help bolster election security and Democrats arguing the requirement is too restrictive. But a new survey, conducted by NPR, PBS NewsHour and Marist in late June, backs up other research showing there is actually broad public support for such measures.

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How Congress can help keep threats to our elections at bay

Levine is an elections integrity fellow at the Alliance for Securing Democracy, which seeks to counter Russian efforts to undermine U.S. and European democratic institutions.
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Trump supporters who attempted to overturn the 2020 election results are now seeking influential election oversight roles in battleground states.

Trump allies eye top election jobs in battleground states

Secretary of state elections are not usually top of mind for voters, but that could change next year.

Republicans who have called the legitimacy of the 2020 election into question or sought to overturn the results are already eyeing secretary of state campaigns in key states. Twenty-six states will hold contests for their top election official during the 2022 election cycle.

The campaigns of these pro-Trump conservatives threaten to continue the spread of misinformation and conspiracy theories about election fraud, of which there was no widespread evidence. And if elected, they could wield a huge amount of power over the 2024 presidential race.

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Pennsylvania voters cast their ballots during Tuesday's local election.

5 election stories you may have missed

While some states are still dealing with the aftermath of the 2020 election, others are focused on high-stakes local contests this year.

Here are five stories to help you catch up on the latest election news.

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