Litigation and Legal Issues

Articles and documents concerning legal challenges to the institution of computerized voting are being assembled under this topic section of the EDA website. (Scroll down to view links to articles).

There are many more legal-related news stories on the EDA site than presently appear in the link list below. We are reorganizing site content to display more links on this page, pointing to legal-issues articles already published elsewhere on this site.

However, there are also many election integrity lawsuits around the U.S. that we have yet to document here on the EDA site.

We invite readers to send in recommended articles on election integrity legal issues and lawsuits, or better yet, post the articles to this website yourselves.

Posting content to the EDA website requires an active EDA Web Account.

If you do not yet have an EDA web account, you can establish one by clicking on the JOIN link in the main menu bar on any page.


To post an article, start here:

Our content creation editor works much like any word processor or blog program. It has a rich-text, visual interface with a toolbar palette. The content editor is defaulted to the Rich Text mode. Remain in the Rich Text (default) mode.
(Exception: Inserting video embed codes. See under VIDEO below.)

Three Main Content Types:

TEXT:  Render your text content in plain text format before copying and pasting into the content editor.
Then use the editor tool palette to add formatting details (headlines, bold, etc.)

IMAGES: Use the "File attachments" link below the editing box to upload image files from your computer. The images will be assigned an URL on the EDA site. Copy that URL and use the Image tool in the editing palette to insert the images
into the article.

VIDEO: To insert a video embed code into your article:
1. Click the Source tool button in the tool palette to temporarily switch to plain text editing mode. 
2. Paste  your embed code in the desired location.
3. Click the Source button again to return to rich text editing mode.

Pre-publication Review:

Postings will go into a review queue. Prior to publishing, an EDA web administrator will review the content, correct any formatting problems, and assign an URL and menu location, then publish your article live to the website.

Have posting questions? Need assistance?  E-mail Admin[at]ElectionDefenseAlliance[dot]org