Given the rise in profile of the office itself and their sweeping power over access to the ballot, the race to control who occupies the Secretary of State seat across battleground states has already begun — and with more money and attention from the right than ever before. After the successes of 2018, iVote is preparing to expand its focus this cycle by defending crucial voting rights champions and picking up additional seats in key battleground states.

In 2022, 26 states will have Secretary of State elections, including five of the 10 closest states in the 2020 election.

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