The prospect of expanded minority language assistance under Section 203 of the Voting Rights Act is yet another opportunity for collaboration within the elections community.
Rehoboth Beach, DE – “The Nation’s Summer Capital” – uses a twist of voter residency requirements that is worth keeping in mind as you read today’s headlines.
In honor of Twitter’s Follow Friday, a quick tour through some of the best election geekery in the blogosphere.
A disagreement in one Indiana county about how to cope with deep budget cuts is a glimpse of the future in states and localities nationwide.
The 2012 Presidential primary calendar will continue to confound observers and practitioners alike as many states roll back much of the “frontloading” that occurred in 2008.
The recent outage affecting Arizona’s EZVoter system highlights key issues and vulnerabilities for other states and localities considering online voter registration.
A second opinion in a ten-year-old case raises questions about the intertwined future of elections and federal ADA enforcement.
Anoka County, MN’s switch to a new web-based election management system points up the need for better cost accounting in the field of election administration.
Recently, the Miami Herald ran a story about the boasts of a hacker named Abhaxas that he had twice compromised Florida’s election systems by gaining access to servers with sensitive data.
That’s the glass-half-full take of a terrific story at NaplesNews.com examining the response of two Florida counties (Collier and Lee) to the ever-changing election landscape in the Sunshine State.