Election lawsuits set record pace amid COVID-19 pandemic as results decide who votes and how Nov. 3

“The ease of our ability to cast a vote that will be fairly counted depends in part on where you live,” said Richard Hasen, a law professor at University of California, Irvine and expert on election law. “I think there’s a lot of concern about voting rules, especially given the fact that we’re trying to conduct voting in the midst of a pandemic when the pandemic itself is a major campaign issue and where there is great uncertainty about the future generally.”