When two young volunteers knocking on doors in this city’s Coronado neighborhood asked if the middle-aged man who greeted them knew who Joe Arpaio was, the answer was swift. “Yeah, I live in Arizona, don’t I?” he responded with a … Read More
A bill that would have significantly bolstered the nation’s defenses against electoral interference has been held up in the Senate at the behest of the White House, which opposed the proposed legislation, according to congressional sources. The Secure Elections Act, … Read More
CEDAR RAPIDS — Iowa is among the majority of states to adopt technology giving the federal government access to voter data and voter registration computer systems as part of the expanding effort to guard against Russian hacking attempts that targeted … Read More
A U.S. District Court judge on Friday issued a ruling invalidating a Federal Election Commission regulation that has allowed donors to so-called dark-money groups to remain anonymous, the latest development in a years-long legal battle that could have major implications … Read More
The judge said the law championed by the Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach violated federal law and the 14th Amendment. A federal judge on Monday permanently blocked Kansas from requiring people to provide proof of citizenship when they register … Read More
Chapter 8 in our Election Hacking For Beginners series, Big Data Is Watching You… Download the above here. Download the above here.
The Senate Intelligence Committee on Tuesday released the unclassified version of its investigation into Russian cyberattacks on digital U.S. voting systems ahead of the 2016 presidential election. The report finds that Moscow conducted an “unprecedented, coordinated cyber campaign” against the … Read More
The rise of voting restrictions since the gutting of the Voting Rights Act in 2013. Download map here.
Release: A coalition of law firms led by David Boies of Boies Schiller Flexner LLP, and The League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC) today announced the filing of four landmark lawsuits challenging the winner-take-all method states use to allocate … Read More