The night before polls opened, Trump used Twitter to undermine the election, again, and Twitter's response was way too slow.
A 4chan post that claimed votes in Oregon and Washington could be changed through an online portal went viral, but the tactic won’t actually work.
The state GOP has placed ballot collection boxes marked "official" at gyms, churches, and gun shops—and it's refusing to remove them.
The Pittsburgh-area postal worker shared memes criticizing mainstream media for not taking QAnon’s claims more seriously.
The containers, labeled “Official ballot drop-off box,” have appeared at churches, gyms, and gun stores in recent weeks.
These boxes are not official ballot drop boxes, and those actively promoting them could face criminal charges.
The high court essentially sided with South Carolina GOP and state legislative leaders who said the requirement protects against voter fraud — despite virtually no evidence.
Facebook announced a new rule on Wednesday that banned any ads that sought to delegitimize the outcome of the presidential election.
Meanwhile, the president is spreading misinformation about vote-by-mail in the state, calling it a "rigged election in waiting."
In some cases, ballots could be delayed getting to voters.
An audit of mail processing facilities during primary elections in May and June found that about 1.6 million pieces of political mail weren't delivered on time.