Election Law is Local

In recognition of the fact that election laws vary by states, the Brennan Center for Justice at NYU Law and All Voting is Local have released 7 state-specific guides for election officials that explain the legal safeguards in place to prevent a poll worker from disrupting the voting process and the actions under the law that election officials can take to prevent or stop a poll worker from interfering in elections. These guides cover the following battleground states: ArizonaFloridaGeorgiaNevadaPennsylvaniaWisconsin, and Ohio. (A comparable guide for Michigan was published in June.)

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