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President Biden speaks during a campaign event in Scranton, Penn, on April 16 during the first of three days in the battleground state. Andrew Caballero-Reynolds/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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A Smartmatic representative demonstrates his company's system, which has scanners and touch screens with printout options, at a meeting of the Secure, Accessible & Fair Elections Commission, on Aug. 30, 2018, in Grovetown, Ga. Bob Andres/AP hide caption

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Voters head to the polls in Alabama's newly drawn 2nd Congressional District on Tuesday. That district includes Montgomery, Ala., seen here on June 5, 2018. Butch Dill/AP hide caption

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Figures, Dobson advance in Alabama's runoffs for new House district

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Federal security officials warn local election offices to upgrade their websites

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Shalela Dowdy, a plaintiff in a lawsuit challenging Alabama's congressional districts, poses for a portrait on Government Street in Mobile, Ala., on April 1. Emily Kask for NPR hide caption

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In new congressional district, Black voters weigh what representation really means

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Organizers say that more than 1,000 people were in attendance at a rally for abortion rights in Orlando, Fla. on Saturday, April 13. Danielle Prieur/Central Florida Public Media hide caption

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Florida voters will decide on abortion rights this fall. Here's what some are saying

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Former President Donald Trump appears with his legal team ahead of the start of jury selection Monday at Manhattan criminal court. Trump faces 34 felony counts of falsifying business records in the first of his criminal cases to go to trial. Jabin Botsford/Pool/Getty Images hide caption

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A group of women who attend the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Arizona speak to NPR on March 18. Keren Carrión/NPR hide caption

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These Mormon women are rejecting Trump, fraying GOP support in a key state

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Former President Donald Trump appears in a New York court on Oct. 2, 2023, to face civil fraud charges, denouncing the case as a "sham" intended to torpedo his campaign to retake the White House. Ed Jones/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Trump's next rally arena: a Manhattan courthouse

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A citizen deposits a ballot into a box at the county clerk's office in Erie, Pa., on Oct. 15, 2020. Bonnie Jo Mount/The Washington Post via Getty Images hide caption

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This Pennsylvania county picks presidents. Here's what it can tell us about 2024

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President Biden gestures after speaking about student loan debt relief at Madison Area Technical College in Madison, Wisc., on Monday. Andrew Caballero-Reynolds/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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President Biden stands with Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., on April 3, 2024. Four years ago, Sanders endorsed Biden, and the former rivals worked together to craft policy proposals that bridged Democratic divides. Mark Schiefelbein/AP hide caption

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4 years ago, Sanders and Biden united Democrats. Biden needs young progressives again

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People look at guns and ammunition at the Great American Outdoor Show on Feb. 9 in Harrisburg, Penn. Former President Donald Trump spoke at the event. Spencer Platt/Getty Images hide caption

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After the Arizona Supreme Court allowed for near-total abortion ban, a group of abortion-rights protesters gathered outside the Arizona state Capitol in Phoenix on April 9, 2024. Katherine Davis-Young/KJZZ hide caption

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A sheet of voter stickers is seen inside a polling place in California. David McNew/Getty Images hide caption

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The most detailed look yet at the 'exodus' of local voting officials

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