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As ever more voters are delisted, no part of the US is immune from purges – but every eligible American deserves the right to vote.
Risk-limiting audits are an efficient way to protect against tampering with the vote
A compelling case that putting commissions in charge of redistricting can significantly reduce many of the worst abuses and improve outcomes
Read the New York Times Op-Ed
Behind the Brennan Center’s New Report
The latest unnecessary barrier to the ballot box in the Granite State
Intelligence officials are issuing the same warnings about our election infrastructure as they did before 9/11. The nation must respond.
With the 2018 midterms looming, we need to prepare for an even more damaging attack.
There are intriguing parallels between the Russian hack and the 1972 DNC break-in that spurred Watergate. But in some ways the former is even more alarming.
With the midterms looming, America’s election systems remain vulnerable to cyberattacks