Campaigns and outside groups are spending tens of millions of dollars on legal challenges leading up to the election, trying to avoid even more damaging — and expensive — fights after polls close.
They're spending tens of millions of dollars in court, fighting down to the wire over absentee and mail-in ballot rules.
A new ruling means anyone with a felony conviction in Florida must pay fees, fines and restitution before they can vote.
They say their state is now a 2020 campaign battleground.
When it comes to making complex decisions (like voting for president), having lots of options can change the way voters make those decisions.