Christina A. Cassidy, The Associated Press

Christina A. Cassidy

The Associated Press

Atlanta, GA, United States

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Recent articles by Christina:

New Mexico shootings follow two years of election assaults

Two years since the attack on the U.S. Capitol, a series of drive-by shootings targeting Democrats in New Mexico is a violent reminder that the false claims about a stolen election persist in posing a danger to public officials and the country’s democratic institutions → Read More

New Mexico shootings follow two years of election assaults

Two years since the attack on the U.S. Capitol, a series of drive-by shootings targeting Democrats in New Mexico is a violent reminder that the false claims about a stolen election persist in posing a danger to public officials and the country’s democratic institutions. → Read More

New Mexico shootings follow two years of election assaults

Two years since the attack on the U.S. Capitol, a series of drive-by shootings targeting Democrats in New Mexico is a violent reminder that the false claims about a stolen election persist in posing a danger to public officials and the country’s democratic institutions. While no one was hurt in the Albuquerque attacks, this latest […] → Read More

Federal effort to boost election worker protections fizzles

ATLANTA (AP) — Federal proposals that would have significantly boosted security funding for election offices and heightened penalties for threatening their staff failed to advance this year, leaving state officials looking to their legislatures for support. The massive budget bill that passed Congress on Friday will send $75 million in election security grants to states, […] → Read More

Congress fails to pass protections for election workers, who now look to states

Federal proposals that would have boosted security funding for election offices and heightened penalties for threatening their staff failed to advance this year → Read More

Federal effort to boost election worker protections fizzles

Federal proposals that would have significantly boosted security funding for election offices and heightened penalties for threatening their staff failed to advance this year. That's left state officials looking to → Read More

In Arizona, Kari Lake points to perceived conflict of interest

The criticism of Hobbs has persisted after one heavily Republican rural county declined to certify its own election results, forcing Hobbs to sue. → Read More

Lengthy vote counts frustrate, but don't signal problems

Lengthy vote counts can frustrate candidates and their supporters, but they don't indicate anything is wrong with the voting or the tallying of ballots. → Read More

Election Day saw few major problems, despite new voting laws

WASHINGTON (AP) — Heading into this year’s midterms, voting rights groups were concerned that restrictions in Republican-leaning states triggered by false claims surrounding the 2020 election might jeopardize access to the ballot box for many voters. Those worries did not appear to come true. There have been no widespread reports of voters being turned away […] → Read More

Election Day saw few major problems, despite new voting laws

Heading into this year’s midterms, voting rights groups were concerned that restrictions in Republican-leaning states triggered by false claims surrounding the 2020 election might jeopardize access to the ballot box → Read More

Election Day saw few major problems, despite new voting laws

WASHINGTON — Heading into this year’s midterms, voting rights groups were concerned that restrictions in Republican-leaning states triggered by false claims surrounding the 2020 election might jeopardize access to the ballot box for many voters. Those worries did not appear to come true. There have been no widespread reports of voters being turned away at […] → Read More

Election Day saw few major problems, despite new voting laws

WASHINGTON (AP) — Heading into this year’s midterms, voting rights groups were concerned that restrictions in Republican-leaning states triggered by false claims surrounding the 2020 election might jeopardize access to the ballot box for many voters. → Read More

Minor poll problems twisted into false US election claims

Former President Donald Trump and some other Republicans are twisting minor voting problems in U.S. midterm elections into conspiracy theories and false claims to sow doubt about Democratic victories → Read More

Minor poll problems twisted into false US election claims

Election Day unfolded without major or widespread voting snags, yet some GOP candidates sought to distort the severity of the few hitches that occurred. → Read More

Amid intense scrutiny, Americans vote with no major hitches

The final day of voting in the 2022 midterms unfolded without major disruptions or widespread problems → Read More

Election scrutiny high, but US votes without major hitches

Americans voted without major hitches Tuesday in midterm elections receiving intense scrutiny after two years of false claims and conspiracy theories about how ballots are cast and counted. → Read More

Election scrutiny high, but US votes without major hitches

Americans voted without major hitches Tuesday in midterm elections receiving intense scrutiny after two years of false claims and conspiracy theories about how ballots are cast and counted. → Read More

Election scrutiny high, but no big hitches as voting begins

Final voting began without major hitches Tuesday in midterm elections under intense scrutiny after two years of false claims and conspiracy theories about how ballots are cast and counted → Read More

Election Day 2022: Scrutiny high, but US votes without major hitches

After two years of false claims and conspiracy theories about how ballots are cast and counted, Americans voted without major hitches in midterm elections under intense scrutiny. → Read More

Election scrutiny high, but US votes without major hitches

Election Day this year is marked by concerns about harassment and the potential for disruptions at polling places and at election offices where ballots will be tallied. → Read More