Early voters are the new Lords of Flatbush.
273 results found for ""voting machines""
Despite ample warning of the feeble condition of the state’s election infrastructure, officials failed to address vulnerabilities before the 2016 election.
Former Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein has won a legal settlement with the state of Pennsylvania that will put in place paper ballots and auditable, voter-verifiable elections by 2020.
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Unwilling to accept defeat, Trump — and all those conditioned to the same denial — could ask one very simple question: How do we know?
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?
How could the polls be so wrong days before the 2016 US general election? It’s a question we still don’t have answers for. It’s up to the American people to acknowledge a threat that remains in place for 2020.
You might have heard about internet trolls “clogging” the precinct reporting hotline for the Iowa Democratic Party (IDP) on caucus night. But, what really caused the massive delay in determining a winner was the apparent rush to implement a mobile app that the IDP asked precincts to use for reporting results. Backlash Continues in Iowa Over Mobile App: The goal […]
The 2020 general election is looming ever closer, but will it be safe and secure?
Georgia voters, some of them spurred by WhoWhatWhy’s reporting on the high rejection rate of absentee ballots, braved long lines to cast their votes as election officials were surprised by heavy early turnouts.
The US Supreme Court deadlocked on how long Pennsylvania absentee ballots can be accepted. The case may be reopened if Judge Amy Coney Barrett is confirmed.
Some voters are experiencing expected delays at polling stations, others sailed right through, in what could be a record-breaking voter turnout year.