Reading Time: < 1 minute Everything’s bigger in Texas, including the distance to the drop-off ballot box.
Reading Time: 10 minutes Getting out the vote has never been more important, and now that face-to-face methods have flagged, the campaigns must move online. Can they still be effective?
Reading Time: 7 minutes Referendum would replace ability to pay with “risk assessments.”
Reading Time: 3 minutes The first presidential debate had no shortage of punchy one-liners, but when it came time to debate the election itself, the candidates could not be further apart.
Reading Time: 7 minutes They don’t call it the Keystone State for nothing.
Reading Time: 2 minutes Americans are growing more wary of voting as the election looms. What do we really know about voting machines and the people in charge of them?
Reading Time: 3 minutes Case may herald US Supreme Court’s election role.
Reading Time: 3 minutes Luzerne County election officials alluded to inadequate training after a “seasonal contractor” threw away absentee ballots.
Reading Time: 5 minutes In two of the last five presidential elections the winner lost the popular vote but won in the Electoral College; so why does the Electoral College still exist?
Reading Time: 4 minutes Excerpt from “Is This Any Way to Vote?: Vulnerable Voting Machines and the Mysterious Industry Behind Them” by Celeste Katz Marston and Gabriella Novello.