More than a year after Minnesota resisted one popular national trend by rejecting ID, it is now appearing to stall somewhat on another one: adoption of e-pollbooks. Indeed, the two developments appear to be somewhat related.Full Story »
An Iowa court has struck down a controversial rule allowing the state to identify suspected non-citizen voters using a federal database and then remove them from the rolls.
Students at the well-regarded Rhode Island School of Design have applied their talents to election signs and ballots - and the results are fantastic and encouraging for the future growth of the elections field.
A summer 2013 break-in in Santa Rosa County, FL resulted in the theft of ballots and equipment valued at over $5,000. The case has now run cold - in part because no one seems very interested in investigating.
Brian Newby's latest ElectionDiary is topical with Mother Nature's latest - namely, snow. Brian looks at how continued snow challenges could (and should, in his view) lead to consolidation of elections to more metereologically friendly times of year.