A new legal settlement in Ohio will give inactive voters the opportunity to cast provisional ballots and reactivate their registrations through 2022.
Colorado state election director Judd Choate will be leading a University of Minnesota elections program webinar at 1pm Central time TODAY on the benefits of membership in the Elections Infrastructure Information Sharing and Analysis Center (EI-ISAC).
The U.S. Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals has upheld a lower court ruling blocking the State of Indiana from using “Crosscheck” data to remove voters with registrations in another state from the rolls.
The Cybersecurity Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) is rolling out an effort to help state and local election officials protect themselves from ransomware attacks, which are increasing across the country and could create huge disruptions for the 2020 election.
A New Jersey law intended to allow voters to sign up permanently for absentee ballots accidentally excluded 172,000 voters after a legislative drafting error – and lawmakers are rushing to fix the problem.
My friend and colleague David Beirne, director of the Federal Voting Assistance Program, has a “perspective” piece in this week’s electionlineWeekly talking about his background, his current work and the road ahead for military and overseas voting.
After a long delay and persistent pressure from local election officials, Florida’s governor announced yesterday that the Sunshine State will finally join the Electronic Registration Information Center (ERIC) – joining 28 other states and the District of Columbia as the 30th member.
A few weeks ago, I wrote about a close election in Mississippi decided by one vote after a thumb drive with results was discovered and added to the Election Night count. Yesterday, the election official involved issued a statement clarifying what happened.
Texas Governor Greg Abbott has appointed Ruth Ruggero Hughs as Texas’ new Secretary of State, filling the position of chief state election officer after a voter purge controversy resulted in the resignation of the previous Secretary.
Ohio’s Secretary of State is drawing attention for two programs aimed at the registration rolls – one which seeks to use postcards to add eligible but unregistered voters and another that seeks help in reaching inactive voters in danger of being removed.