U.S. Senate Rules Chair Charles Schumer intends to introduce a bill to help states create contingency plans for Election Day disasters. While it, like anything else in the current Congress, is a long shot – at least it’s a step in the right direction.
Los Angeles County’s Dean Logan recently shared an article about the decline of handwriting instruction in schools. What could that trend mean for election officials used to relying on “wet ink” signatures to identify and authenticate voters?
A razor-thin margin in the Virginia Attorney General’s race has brought out the best in the election geek community, as an impressively data-based discussion about the canvassing process has emerged on Twitter.
The election community has lost one of our pioneers.
The federal lawsuit against Texas’ new voter ID law may not be heard until 2015, if DOJ and the State get their way as part of a proposed order that was submitted yesterday.
As Election Day dawns in many communities across America, here’s a quick look at some of the stories worth watching as voters head to the polls.
A new Brennan Center report details the benefits of early voting, and highlights the need for better understanding of how those benefits can be balanced against its costs.
A federal judge has expedited a challenge by Kansas and Arizona to federal refusal to allow proof of citizenship on federal voter registration forms.