A former L.A. City Councilman and his spouse were convicted yesterday of lying about their address in order to maintain residence in his district. The case is yet another reminder how slippery and fact-intensive questions of residency and domicile can be.Full Story »
A new committee in Utah will examine the issue of online voting in an effort to understand the promises and pitfalls of allowing more voters to cast their ballots via the Internet.
NCSL has been convening legislators and election officials to discuss election policy - and a new Q&A with the Minnetonka, MN city clerk illuminates several key issues at play in the North Star State.
Wisconsin is currently considering a policy to allow cameras at the polls - a change that makes state election staff nervous and one which will almost certainly continue the fierce partisan battle over elections in the Badger State.
Two new nominees for the U.S. Election Assistance Commission suggest better days are ahead for an agency that is central to many aspects of the American election administration system.