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Election Law: The Fight for Voter Protection and Election Integrity

David Joseph Scriven-Young

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Election laws and voting rights have undergone significant change in many states over the last several years. We’ve seen the growth of election law litigation in the U.S., starting with George W. Bush’s victory in the 2000 presidential campaign and continuing with more recent litigation over changes to election rules due to the pandemic, and finally in former President Donald Trump’s law suits related to the 2020 U.S. presidential election. In this episode, host Dave Scriven-Young speaks with experienced election law litigator Allegra Lawrence-Hardy of the Lawrence-Bundy Law Firm about the good, the bad, and the alarming of election law litigation, and what lawyers can do to get involved and support election security.