Correcting the Misinformation That’s Hurting U.S. Elections

With about a month left before November's election, the U.S. remains vulnerable. Misinformation campaigns perpetrated by foreign actors abound. Russia, China, and Iran have all shown their ability to manipulate information and sow discord, often by spreading false information on social media. But it's not just outsiders stirring the pot. Domestic actors have also been working

Correcting the Misinformation That’s Hurting U.S. Elections2020-10-01T12:37:14-06:00

Gov Loop-How Election Officials Can Fight Misinformation and Mistrust

9/24/2020, Originally Featured in Gov Loop "Though election integrity is top of mind for officials during every election, 2020 presents an arguably unprecedented challenge in American politics. An unparalleled level of mistrust and worry surrounds the integrity of the 2020 election, with Russia showing no signs of slowing its spread of false information on social media that began in earnest in

Gov Loop-How Election Officials Can Fight Misinformation and Mistrust2020-12-13T15:09:32-07:00

My Buckhannon- Electronic voting an option for state’s military and overseas voters, and voters living with physical disabilities

9/3/2020, Originally Featured in My Buckhannon "Charleston, W. Va. – Secretary of State Mac Warner announced today that for the upcoming General Election, West Virginia will once again offer e-voting for voters eligible under the Uniformed and Overseas Citizens Absentee Voters Act (UOCAVA) and certain registered voters who cannot vote in person due to a physical

My Buckhannon- Electronic voting an option for state’s military and overseas voters, and voters living with physical disabilities2020-12-17T14:53:30-07:00

Understanding Mobile Voting’s Opportunities and Challenges

The 2020 election is rapidly approaching, and the coronavirus pandemic is still surging in states throughout the U.S. This combination has many people concerns about how voting will look in November. Although mobile voting has the makings of a great solution — especially amid a pandemic — it's held back by an overall lack of

Understanding Mobile Voting’s Opportunities and Challenges2020-08-11T13:18:55-06:00

2020: The Year of Cybersecurity Resilience in U.S. Elections

Many challenges exist in the United States at the intersection of cybersecurity and elections, a cause championed by some and doubted by others. But with the 2020 campaign already underway — and lingering questions about how cybersecurity influenced the 2016 election — this topic is more important than ever before.   In particular, there

2020: The Year of Cybersecurity Resilience in U.S. Elections2020-10-20T16:30:29-06:00

West Virginia Primary 2020 Post-Election Overview

Executive Summary Download the Full Report Here Democracy Live, an online electronic ballot return platform, recently contracted with the State of West Virginia’s Secretary of State Office to offer electronic ballot return service to overseas voters. The work took place between April 2020 – June 2020, covering the timeline between when absentee ballots went

West Virginia Primary 2020 Post-Election Overview2020-08-06T11:42:24-06:00
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