North Carolina's Gary Bartlett - recently replaced by a new state board of elections - shared some thoughts with electionlineWeekly about succeeding in elections. Simply put, it's worth reading.Full Story »
Voter fraud is once again an issue in Hamilton County (Cincinnati) Ohio, where a dispute about how to handle allegations of double voting by apparently confused voters is dividing on partisan lines.
Two precincts in yesterday's Jersey City election were unable to receive voters until late morning because poll workers - and the poll books in their possession - were no-shows when the doors opened.
Brian Newby's latest Election Diary takes on the "future of elections" and describes the challenges facing election administrators in their efforts to plan - and pay for - that future.
A proposal to allow legal non-citizens to cast ballots in New York City elections raises a host of fascinating administration issues beyond the obvious policy disputes accompanying an expansion of the franchise in the nation's largest city.