IDEA encourages governments, address the issue of money in politics holistically and design preventive measures in a horizontal manner with all stakeholders
Election Transparency articles on Democracy Chronicles
These election transparency articles focus on efforts to introduce openness, communication, and accountability into all levels of government elections. Also see our sections on American democracy and Money Politics.
Cyber-security professionals, journalists and key stakeholders discuss the development of norms around election influence and interference and lessons learned.
New Transparency International report suggests foreign bribery alive and well, with little progress in fighting it despite governments enforcing anti-bribery laws.
In a new twist, the Justice Department is demanding that millions of voter records in North Carolina be handed to federal authorities.
In 2013, ProPublica published a series of reports finding that New York prosecutors are never punished for misconduct which lands innocents in prison.
The Brennan Center is suing the Justice Department today for refusing to turn over documents related to a controversial letter DOJ sent last year
Thousands of documents show that commission’s work was driven by a small number of members who were convinced voter fraud was widespread.
The Cambodian government has ordered internet service providers (ISPs) to block the websites of 15 independent new outlets, including Voice of America, for two days before and during the country’s election.
While America is far away from adapting blockchain for government, the first adaptation may come in the form of securing an election. The process of voting by phone may be the first step.
Policy drawing complaints that government resources are being used to undercut political rivals