Election security and public faith in our democratic process are inextricably linked to America’s economic and national security, and more crucial voices are joining the diverse group pushing for change.
An initial look at laws introduced in state legislatures makes it clear that the fight continues against voter suppression across the country. But many states are looking to expand access to the polls and make a more inclusive democracy.
Amid ongoing investigations into Russia’s unprecedented cyberattacks around the 2016 election, this Brennan Center report outlines specific actions lawmakers can quickly take to insulate voting technology from continued foreign interference.
A House committee meets today to consider eliminating a federal agency that sets security standards for voting machines. This would pose a risky and irresponsible threat to our election infrastructure.