“The Technology 202: Republicans make alleged conservative bias top priority at election security hearing”

WaPo: Google, Facebook and Twitter executives came to Capitol Hill to testify about election security. Instead they faced a grilling about whether their platforms are biased against conservatives.A string of Republicans on the House Oversight and Reform Committee skipped questions about how … Continue reading

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Breaking: Federal District Court Allows Suit Against Georgia’s Use of Unsecure DRE Machines without a Paper Trail to Go Forward, Partially Denying Motion to Dismiss

Important opinion and order in an important case: In sum, the Plaintiffs have alleged that Defendants were aware of serious security breaches in the DRE voting system and failed to take adequate steps to address those breaches. Notably, even after … Continue reading

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“Texas Is Talking Tough About Election Fraud, But Here’s What It Really Looks Like”

Huffpost: Paxton has emphasized prosecuting election fraud in a political climate in which President Donald Trump has made unsubstantiated claims about noncitizens voting, and as the Hispanic electorate is growing. Despite Paxton’s intense focus on this issue, his office does not … Continue reading

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“As security officials prepare for Russian attack on 2020 presidential race, Trump and aides play down threat”

WaPo: In recent months, U.S. national security officials have been preparing for Russian interference in the 2020 presidential race by tracking cyber threats, sharing intelligence about foreign disinformation efforts with social media companies and helping state election officials protect their … Continue reading

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Ohio: “Secretary of State Frank LaRose, lawmakers to seek automated voter registration, other election reforms”

Cleveland Plain Dealer: Secretary of State Frank LaRose and state lawmakers on Tuesday said they’re working on legislation to reform the state’s voting system – including automated voter registration and increasing the sharing of information between agencies to avoid voter … Continue reading

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“Galveston County registrar refers ‘non-citizens’ for voter fraud investigation”

Houston Chronicle: Galveston County’s top election official, currently being sued in federal court for removing naturalized citizens from voter rolls, has referred five “potential non-citizens” to the local district attorney’s office to be investigated for possible voter fraud.Cheryl Johnson, the … Continue reading

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