Concerns about availability and accuracy of ballots and other election materials in Yup'ik - a common Native Alaskan language - highlight similar challenges for other languages and communities nationwide.
The Los Angeles Ethics Commission is asking a city legislative committee to study the feasibility of establishing a lottery to improve voter turnout in city elections. At first blush it appears to be legally permissible, but is it a good idea?
electionlineWeekly's latest "First Person Singular" is with outgoing Minnesota Secretary of State Mark Ritchie, who is leaving after eight eventful years at the helm.
In what is (at least for me) a first, a tiny Colorado town is suing all of its voters after a residency dispute clouded the results of a recent election. Evidence in the case includes a sewing machine, allegedly non-secret ballots and mountains of unplowed snow.