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Arguments in Husted v. A. Philip Randolph Institute – What’s a state to do?

Wednesday, the Supreme Court heard arguments in Husted v. A. Phillip Randolph Institute, the latest election law case to come before the Court. At issue in the case is whether Ohio’s voter list maintenance process complies with the National Voter Registration Act (NVRA) and the Help America Vote Act (HAVA). In that process, in place…

Postmortem of a Bad Idea, Poorly Executed

Wednesday night, the White House announced it was dissolving the Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity (PACEI), its ill-conceived effort to prop up candidate and President Trump’s false claims about widespread voter fraud. The disbanding of PACEI is a positive development, but much more work will need to be done to correct the damage Mr….

The Facts About Election “Hacking” and a Plan to Counter the Threat

This morning, the Senate Intelligence Committee will hold a hearing on “Russian Interference in the 2016 Elections.” This comes in the context of recent revelations from former FBI Director James Comey, as well as multiple leaks and recent reports in The Intercept, Bloomberg, Politico, and McClatchy, alleging widespread hacking of election systems. Some of these reports have claimed, without much information…

My Statement to the U.N. re: Increasing Democratic Participation (or, What I Did With My Summer Vacation)…

As news continues to trickle out about efforts of other nations to interfere and tamper with American elections, the line between working in U.S. elections and working internationally is blurring, as cyber-security and other issues require us to consider threats that go beyond our borders. It is timely, then, that for the past two days,…

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