The City of Minneapolis, MN has consolidated all of its election operations in a new home, where equipment and staff will now share a single building rather than be spread across the city.
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The Democracy Fund’s Natalie Adona is about to do something unusual in the election field: move from policy work back into election administration as she joins Nevada County, CA as a local election official. She sat down with electionlineWeekly’s Mindy Moretti for one of the site’s eagerly-anticipated “exit interviews.”
The effort to schedule a special congressional election in Wisconsin is creating a challenge for the governor’s office, as a crowded election calendar and and a lack of fit between state and federal law limit the available options.
The National States Geographic Information Council (NSGIC) recently released a best practices guide for election offices seeking to use geographic information systems (GIS) in their day-to-day operations.
California’s Los Angeles County used a mock election this weekend to roll out new voting equipment – the product of a decade-long redesign from the ground up – and a vote center-based system set to formally debut in the nation’s largest county next year.
Join us tomorrow, October 1, at noon Central time for a webinar on the services the Department of Homeland Security offers to election officials to help protect themselves.
The looming Congressional negotiation over federal election cybersecurity funding also has significance for the Election Assistance Commission, whose fiscal year 2020 budget looks very different in the two spending bills passed in the House and Senate.
Yesterday, the Universal Postal Union announced that it had reached a compromise on postal rates, avoiding a withdrawal by the United States from the worldwide mail pact which could have affected American voters around the globe.
Nebraska’s Attorney General has issued an opinion finding that the Cornhusker State’s appointment of election commissioners and deputies in larger counties could violate the state constitution.
Today is the eighth annual National Voter Registration Day – a day dedicated to getting as many people possible registered and ready for Election Day, this year and every year.