“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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Is It Possible to Do Reliable Post-Election Audits on Ballots which Print a Scannable Bar Code Rather than Human-Readable Voter Choices?

This is one of the hottest issues right now among election integrity advocates. Important piece from Steven Rosenfeld: The critics believe there are too many hidden or hackable parts that can be targeted by malevolent actors to steal votes and … Continue reading

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Tenth Circuit Panel in Oral Argument in Fish v. Schwab (was: Fish v. Kobach) Seems Skeptical of Kansas’s Attempt to Reverse District Court’s Block of Kansas’s Documentary Proof of Citizenship Law

You can listen to the oral argument here. With the caveat that one never knows how to read oral argument, and judges can change their minds before issuing an opinion, here are some thoughts: The judges seemed to believe that … Continue reading

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Voting Machine Vendors Looking Defensive, Giving Answers Undermining Confidence in Voting Machine Security

Thread: 1/I have Dominion's response to Friday's letter from NY Board of Elections. A rare glimpse into anti-security mindset of voting machine vendors. Hacking concerns may delay Westchester's $6.1M plan to buy new voting machines https://t.co/zmoTv93PJu via @lohudREAD THIS THREAD— … Continue reading

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“Deny, defy, disdain: Georgia election chief adopts familiar voting security strategy”

Politico: Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp is no longer the state’s chief election official — but his combative style in defending its insecure voting technology lives on.Fellow Republican Brad Raffensperger, Kemp’s successor as secretary of state, has been pursuing the same … Continue reading

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House Passes H.R. 1

Final vote: 234-193.  UPDATE: The text of the whole thing [will be] here. (As of 7:30pm ET on 3/8/19, the only text appears to be from an earlier version: the version actually considered is a combination of this, this, and … Continue reading

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