Endgame

From the editors of National Review: Trump’s most reprehensible tactic has been to attempt, somewhat shamefacedly, to get local Republican officials to block the certification of votes and state legislatures to appoint Trump electors in clear violation of the public...

The Most Secure Election in History

 From the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA): The members of Election Infrastructure Government Coordinating Council (GCC) Executive Committee… released the following statement: “The November 3rd election was the most secure in American...

Resources on Elections and Parties

C-SPAN Classroom: campaigns and elections C-SPAN Classroom: political parties National Archives National Conference on State Legislatures UCLA Online Campaign Literature Archive DHS on Election Security From Ballotpedia: Our newest resource, which we developed just...

Faith in Elections

R.J. Reinhart at Gallup: Although their faith has been shaken for some time, Americans are heading into their next presidential election with relatively little confidence in the honesty of the process. Four in 10 Americans (40%) interviewed in 2019 said they are...

Human Error and Election Security

At R Street, Kristen Nyman and Kathryn Waldron write that human error is the top threat to election systems.  Errors include failure to recognize and avoid phishing attacks. While problems with voting technology can bedevil any election — as was amply illustrated...