Out of 135 million votes cast on November 8, only four cases of voter fraud were documented.
Georgia’s early voting turnout was historic, with more than 2.2 million votes cast before Election Day. Of those, nearly 400,000 were first-time voters.
Trump wants his supporters to watch the polls in “certain” areas, but the integrity of the vote has been under attack by state and local governments for years.
Evidence is piling up that systematic voter suppression played a significant part in bringing Tuesday's turnout to the lowest level since the 1940s.
In Virginia, voters in a prominent Democratic-majority county are getting robocalls falsely telling them their polling places have changed.
As Kansas’ secretary of state, Kris Kobach has pioneered the use of election fraud investigations to curtail access to the ballot box. Now he's advising Trump.
Fort Worth’s United Hispanic Council accuses Texas Republicans of attempting to criminalize get-out-the-vote campaigns.
By extending its registration deadline for one week, Florida ended up with more than 100,000 new voters.
Republicans have been making wild claims about voter fraud for decades, but Trump has upped the ante -- and may provoke a backlash.
Trump has inherited an unprecedented number of federal judicial vacancies, and he’s rushing to fill them with deeply conservative judges.