Panel created to study ‘election integrity’ before next legislative session


A new panel was created on Monday to study "election integrity" that will examine limits on advance ballots delivered for other voters and remote ballot drop boxes.

The Legislative Coordinating Council approved Republican state Sen. Mike Thompson's request to create a Special Committee on Elections to study "election integrity" for two days before lawmakers reconvene in next January.

"Although the Legislature has worked to address election integrity, additional study is needed," Thompson wrote in his request.

Here's what Thompson proposed that the committee address:

  • Limits on advanced voting ballots delivered on behalf of other voters, remote . . .


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