Brian Newby has some really interesting – and moving – things to say about election administration and public service.
Two new programs – an airborne registration app sponsored by Virgin America and a terrestrial one sponsored by the State of Ohio – are examples of how voter registration is changing in 2012 and beyond.
A mistake in a single Topeka polling place has forced Shawnee County, KS to order a special election for 432 voters to help resolve a close primary.
A new report by student journalists looking at data behind claims of voter fraud is garnering lots of attention … but I want to shine a light on News21 itself, which is doing its part to educate the next generation of leaders in the field of elections.
A recent study highlighted in USA Today is a reminder that accessibility of the polls to voters with disabilities is still an issue.
I’m going to take a week to escape the summer heat – not to mention the heat of election season. Meet me back here on Monday, August 13!
The August 2 electionlineWeekly featured the story of Douglas County, KS’ decision to produce its own voter IDs for eligible voters who need them.
The MacArthur Foundation is supporting a joint effort by the Election Academy and usability expert Dana Chisnell to disseminate a series of design guides aimed at improving the voting experience by improving ballots and other voting materials.
Johnson County, KS’ Brian Newby had some thoughtful and substantive reactions to last week’s Counting Votes report from his own county’s perspective. They’re worth a look.