Democrats, Republicans Battle in Courts Over Voting Rules Ahead of Presidential Election

Voice of America

Paul Smith, Vice President for Litigation and Strategy at the Campaign Legal Center and a Georgetown University law professor, said lower courts in general have been "pretty receptive to arguments about how things need to be fixed to make it easier and safer for people to vote." "When there are 300 lawsuits, you can't overgeneralize, but by and large there has been a lot of success," "Very often these states when you sued them this year have said, 'Well, you're right' and they just agreed to do it," Smith said.

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