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Legal Analysis, Reports

Midterms 2022: The Poll Observer Landscape

Poll observers — members of the public permitted to monitor conduct at polling places — are a feature of elections in nearly every state.
Law Enforcement Guidance

Threats to Election Officials: Informational Guide for Law Enforcement

Across the country, hundreds of thousands of people play a role in administering our elections, keeping them free, fair, and safe. These are the public servants and community leaders who make American democracy work—from governors and secretaries of state, to local and county officials, to temporary workers staffing the polls.
Law Enforcement Guidance

Countering Bigotry and Extremism in the Ranks: A First Amendment Guide for Law Enforcement Agencies

The overwhelming majority of law enforcement officers serve their communities with honor, integrity, and respect for the oath they took to serve and protect. Americans across the political spectrum are grateful for their work and dedication.

Ensuring a Full and Fair Count

The resources on this page are aimed at preparing AGs and other state and local officials to protect a full and fair count.

Federal Government Involvement in the Election

This toolkit collects resources to help state attorneys general, and other local and state officials, understand the proper federal, state, and local roles in election administration and enforcement.

Voter Intimidation Toolkit

Voter intimidation is illegal, and state attorneys general have unique tools to stop it. As top lawyers and law enforcement officers for their states, they can help protect our democracy and promote fair and safe elections.