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Monitoring the Ways We Expand or Suppress Voting
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August Elections Improve on Spring Primaries, But Fall Worries Loom
States with the most troubling presidential primaries in the pandemic’s early months did better with their August elections, learning lessons even though COVID-19 rates were higher. But the higher-turnout fall election raises issues yet to be addressed.
Wisconsin Stunner: The Highest State and Federal Courts Back GOP Voter Suppression
Late-breaking court clashes and rulings underscore that Republican legislators and…
Why nationwide voting by mail isn’t a silver bullet in a pandemic
Shifting broadly to absentee ballots is not an easy task,…
Another New Voting System Debuts on Super Tuesday, With More Red Flags
Los Angeles County’s new voting system had a rough debut…
South Carolina’s Flawed Debut of New Voting System Is a Red Flag for Upcoming Elections
Another voting system debut was marred by “significant device failure”…
Voting Tech Gone Wrong: How Scrambled Data Upended a Nevada Caucus Site
Three hours after Precinct 7632 began its Democratic presidential caucus…
New Hampshire Primary Showed How Student Turnout Can Overcome Notorious Voter Suppression Law This November
New Hampshire university students took advantage of Election Day registration.…
DNC Rules Chair: How the 2020 Caucuses Could Change
James Roosevelt III has been the co-chair of the DNC…
Big Changes Are Coming to Iowa’s 2020 Caucuses
The Iowa Democratic Party is studying ways to introduce remote…