Holland & Hart Partner and adjunct professor of election and campaign finance law at the University of Denver, Chris Jackson shares insights on the litigation in other states over challenges of mail-in voting and changes states adopted to allay voter safety concerns during the pandemic. Jackson is quoted in The Denver Gazette’s Nov. 4 Election 2020 article entitled “This year’s election likely to influence the future of mail voting.”
Discussing the origins of the recent rash of lawsuits, Jackson said “[a] lot of what's fueling election litigation is that jurisdictions have felt like they needed to make some changes, and then you get legal challenges to those changes."
Click here to read The Denver Gazette Nov. 4 article, “This year’s election likely to influence the future of mail voting” (subscription needed).
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The Gazette on Nov. 5: “Legal experts weigh in on the issues at play in election lawsuits.”
Colorado Politics on Nov. 5: "Legal experts weigh in on the issues at play in election lawsuits" (subscription needed).