The Democratic Association of Secretaries of State is launching an initiative to try to wrest control of those offices from Republicans.
A new voting system in L.A County will super-charge a debate about balance between the cybersecurity of election systems and people with disabilities.
For years, Facebook and other social media companies have erred lenience in policing their sites allowing most posts with false information to stay up.
The Tenth Circuit ruled 2-1 presidential electors have constitutional right to vote for anyone who meets the constitutional qualifications to be president.
The aftermath of the 2018 midterm election in N. Carolina was marred by allegations of absentee ballot fraud in the 9th Congressional District.
Russian interference is a possiblity in the 2020 presidential vote. Steve LeVine argues that, however, Americans are instead at each others throats.
Terms of release of Serikzhan Bilash, are to silence the activist, a show of Kazakhstan’s contempt for rights, argues Hugh Williamson in an article in HRW.
Persecution of the Gafatar religious movement in Indonesia has been rife. Sadly, journalists are contributing to this through their reporting of a story.
People are increasingly disappearing into government custody in Bangladesh. Government authorities staunchly deny these allegations.
A senior adviser to Sen. Bernie Sanders’s 2020 presidential campaign defended the Vermont independent’s support for allowing imprisoned felons to vote.