• 12/3/20 – Published a fact sheet—in response to the increase in threats against public officials and private individuals whose jobs involve election integrity or tabulating and certifying the vote—making clear, with legal support, that threats and incitement to violence are not protected by the First Amendment and violate a number of federal and state criminal laws
  • 11/4/20 – Published guidance for law enforcement about how to protect election staff and ballots during the vote counting period, while also protecting First Amendment rights during public demonstrations
  • 11/1/20 – Published guidance for law enforcement about how to respond to drivers who express political support for a candidate while engaging in conduct that can threaten public safety, violate the law, and/or cross the line into illegal voter intimidation
  • 10/27/20 – Published guidance outlining actions election officials can take to address and prevent voter intimidation, including by armed individuals or groups
  • 10/21/20 – Published guidance outlining actions law enforcement can take to address and prevent voter intimidation, including by armed individuals or groups
  • 10/19/20 – Publicamos, en español, un recurso sobre protección contra la intimidación de votantes
  • 10/16/20 – Published a fact sheet on video recording in or near polling places
  • 10/2/20 – Published a fact sheet on voter intimidation laws, what kinds of conduct could constitute voter intimidation, and what to do if you experience voter intimidation
  • 9/18/20 – Published fact sheets for all 50 states explaining the laws barring unauthorized private militia groups and what to do if groups of armed individuals are near a polling place or voter registration drive