“The real risk to America’s democracy: Partisan election administration is a greater worry than voter suppression”

The Economist:

Across the country, the officials who administer elections in states where Republicans hold sway have been attacked for upholding the election results. Many are at risk of being replaced.

These might seem like distant, bureaucratic changes. In fact they raise the chances of a contested election that the courts cannot sort out. They weaken America’s voting system in ways that will outlast the hysteria over the 2020 result.

The Economist also has this related story on what the Arizona audit portends.

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