Caltech has released its report, Assuring Election Integrity: A Comprehensive Ecological Framework for Evaluating Elections in Southern California.
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FairVote Minnesota will host a ranked-choice voting demonstration in Bloomington using doughnuts, coffee, juice and water to aid in the presentation.
LEOs are the stewards of our democracy, but oftentimes they are left out of important conversations about the future of our elections nationwide.
Candidate that black voters coalesce behind in the Democratic primaries will have the inside track on the party nomination, particularly in a large ﬁeld.
Seattle City Council candidate Pat Murakami weaves through front yards and porches, knocking on doors in a gritty but gentrifying neighborhood.
Barton Community College’s Science and Math building will no longer be a voting site for residents of Barton County Township-A.
Two recent documentary films about elections and election laws were made in Fayetteville and show voters having trouble voting in 2016.
People of the nation’s largest city will decide in November whether innovative and controversial system will be used for primaries and special elections.
The Department of Justice announced today that it has entered into an agreement to settle a voting rights lawsuit with the City of Eastpointe, Michigan.
The Albuquerque City Council has not made a decision yet on whether to adopt ranked-choice voting for municipal elections.