Russia interfered in the 2016 election and may try to sway next year’s vote as well, but it’s not the only nation with an eye on U.S. politics, AP.
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On election security new study suggests Russian hacking of emails and sending provocative tweets are actually not separate but intertwined strategies.
US Federal Gov warned state election officials Thursday it suspects Russia may focus on voter suppression as a means to interfere in 2020 presidential poll.
Rick Hasen argues that there are serious constitutional questions with a new California ban on deepfakes, notably as related to the first amendment.
It’s still child’s play to pick apart election systems that will be used in the 2020 US presidential election, as ethical hackers did, once again.
According to hackers at a recently held hacking conference in Las Vegas Nevada, election machine keys are currently available for purchase on websites like Amazon, eBay and other sites.
On September 11, SB 212 passed the legislature. It lets non-charter cities and counties use ranked choice voting for elections for their own officers.
Newly passed bill requiring that Maine use ranked-choice voting in its March 3 “Super Tuesday” presidential primary adds a whole new wrinkle.
Maine Press Herald, has this editorial asking the legislature to pass the bill that would provide for ranked choice voting in the presidential primary.
Denver 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals may add another Jack-in-the-box element for the US electoral system if it allows electors to vote as they please.