The Center for Civic Design’s Whitney Quesenbery has a dispatch from her “chatty, food-y” New Jersey pollworking experience, where a local issue and a “type-in” challenge on electronic machines kept workers busy on Election Day.
The U.S. Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals once again invalidated proof-of-citizenship requirements in Kansas and Arizona, setting up likely conflicts in state and federal court – and maybe Congress – as the country begins to look ahead to the 2016 election.
A North Dakota man who discovered that his voter record hadn’t been updated ended up on a 200-mile Election Day roundtrip only to discover he couldn’t cast a ballot.
Election Day problems in Hartford are leading Connecticut’s Secretary of State and other policymakers to confront how local election offices are staffed and what tools exist to conduct oversight of their work before, during and after elections.
A quick rundown of the (preliminary!) results from last night’s contests for Secretary of State and other chief state election officials.
Check back throughout the day for liveblog updates on Election Day 2014!
With Election Day just a day away – and election officials and election geeks gearing up for the glorious madness that has come to typify it – here’s a short primer on how to watch the day unfold. Tip: don’t overreact, and don’t be surprised if you’re underwhelmed.