A push to improve New York’s awful voting system came up short, as state lawmakers wrapped up their 2017 session without taking action on several reform bills.
Concern is growing about the extent of Russian hacking of U.S. voting systems. But a top voting official sees an equally grave threat in efforts by the federal government to stop future cyberattacks.
President Trump’s commission on voter fraud appears to be struggling to attract A-list talent, at least among Democrats.
Gov. Brian Sandoval of Nevada vetoed a bill aimed at making voting easier—the second voting reform Sandoval has rejected in recent months.
Voters in Georgia’s 6th congressional district are going to the polls Tuesday in a hotly contested race that could have a big impact on President Trump’s agenda. And a pro-Trump group is looking to suppress the African-American vote by falsely suggesting President Barack Obama doesn’t want blacks to vote Democratic.
Thousands of Ohio voters will likely continue to be disenfranchised every election over minor errors on their ballot, after the Supreme Court declined Monday to get involved in a case challenging the practice in the pivotal swing state.
The man in charge of the nations’s largest voting system says the National Security Agency’s failure to share information about threats to American elections “places our democracy in harm’s way.”