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Issues Potentially Affecting the 2022 Midterm Elections
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The American flag flies in front of the U.S. Capitol building in Washington, D.C., September 2022. (Getty/Anna Moneymaker)

As states begin to administer this year’s general elections, election officials and electoral systems face various potential issues affecting the ability to carry out free and fair elections. This memo outlines ways to address some of the challenges potentially affecting the 2022 elections.

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Authors

William Roberts

Managing Director

Greta Bedekovics

Associate Director

Adam Conner

Vice President, Technology Policy

Erin Simpson

Director, Technology Policy

Michael Sozan

Senior Fellow

Alex Tausanovitch

Director, Campaign Finance and Electoral Reform

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