The Port Orchard, WA City Council recently rolled back a decision because of the cost of holding a special election for voters to approve the change. What might this mean in other communities?
Articles by Doug Chapin
A wealth of Pew Internet data on Americans’ technology adoption suggests that election offices have to commit to broader use of online delivery of voting information.
Virginia’s Primary Day earthquake has raised the profile of contingency planning for elections, but (accidentally?) wise words from a former major leaguer suggest an additional mindset that’s important to remember as well.
Solving the growing problem of delayed or incorrect voter cards might just take some inspiration from vaudeville – and an assist from 21st Century technology.
A recent controversy in Stafford County, VA should be a call to action for the field of election administration.
Recent stories out of Rhode Island and Ohio suggest that the voter ID debate may be breaking free of the partisan predictability that has dominated the issue.
A recent report out of King County, WA has some really interesting data about the impact of the 2006 switch to vote by mail. One story, however, missed the point by focusing on turnout instead.
Ah, vacation …
This week’s Follow Friday highlights some of the best election geek resources on the Web.
A recent story from Peoria, IL illustrates why redistricting can feel like “52 pickup” to election officials.