America’s voting system is hazardous to national security — and must be recognized as such. We can’t wait until it is too late.
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There has been no shortage of lawsuits and failures during early voting this year. Election Day may be tomorrow, but the 2020 election is far from over.
Although it was what used to be known as an “off year,” 2022 turned out to be quite an election year. Here is a selection of our best election-related coverage.
A team of Trump 2020 partisans meddled with voting software to see if they could find proof for “Stop the Steal” claims. Perversely, their “probe” hints at how a future steal might work.
As Georgia gears up for its runoff senate elections, the Coalition for Good Governance advocates for transparency and security from the state government.
Former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg is the latest presidential candidate to unveil an election reform proposal to end the racial disparity in voting rights and expand access to the ballot box.
With more than 300 lawsuits pending across the country, election experts fear that legal challenges so close to the 2020 election could do more harm than good.
Tech giant Microsoft has thrown its hat into the election transparency field with a program called ElectionGuard, which aims to put verification power in the hands of voters in the United States.
An international organization that oversees elections thinks the United States needs to be closely watched.
Ballot measures in Alaska and Massachusetts could turbocharge political reform.
Everything is bigger in the Lone Star state — including voter suppression.
Here we go again: Hundreds of thousands of Georgia voters may be disenfranchised because state officials are limiting their ability to vote early in the upcoming primaries.