Analysis by Zachary B. Wolf | CNN
Republicans at the state level have moved swiftly to either roll back some easy access to voting or put new obstacles in the way of voters following losses in the 2020 presidential and US Senate elections.
More than 250 bills to curb or complicate access to polls have been introduced in state legislatures, according to the Brennan Center for Justice. So this is an issue nationwide, particularly in the majority of states in which Republicans control all parts of the state government.
Here’s what to know about the battle over voting rights happening right now.
What are the key states to watch?
Florida, Arizona and Georgia were all battleground states in 2020 and host US Senate races in 2022. Republican legislative majorities and GOP governors are moving to make it more difficult to vote in these states.]