looks like a valuable meeting.
Just off a bustling interstate near the border between Nebraska and Iowa, a 2,800-square-foot American flag flies over the squat office park that is home to Election Systems & Software LLC.The nondescript name and building match the… Continue reading
For over 15 years, election security experts and election integrity advocates have been communicating to their state and local election officials the dangers of touch-screen voting machines. The danger is simple: if fraudulent software is installed in the… Continue reading
The foreign cyberattacks that so many intelligence officials feared didn’t upend the 2020 elections — but this year’s contests nonetheless showed how much the nation still needs to do to fix its security weaknesses.Paper trails protected the integrity… Continue reading
An audit of Antrim County election results Thursday gave President Donald Trump a net gain of 12 votes from the certified results in the northern Michigan county. Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden’s total decreased by one vote, from… Continue reading
The election software company Smartmatic is demanding retractions from right-wing media outlets, accusing them of spreading conspiracy theories about its role in the 2020 elections.In a letter obtained by Insider
, Smartmatic accused Fox News of engaging in… Continue reading
A reader passes along the following, which I have not had a chance to independently verify. Happy to hear any corrections or additions:
Background:As you know, President Trump’s former attorney Sidney Powell filed her so-called “Kraken” lawsuits in district courts… Continue reading
A judge assigned to a Republican-led lawsuit alleging widespread fraud in the presidential election in Georgia issued an order late Sunday night blocking plans to wipe or reset voting machines used in three counties in the… Continue reading
NYT ran this
the other day, and worth linking now in light of the President raising these debunked claims on twitter.
Stein’s experience is far from unique: Time and again, people seeking answers about perplexing results or election anomalies encounter obstacles. Often the only examination occurs if parties or candidates request a recount — which means voters… Continue reading
You can find the order (without any stated reasons) at this link
is my October 11 coverage of the district court’s order.
By Richard L. Hasen
The latest murky revelations
from U.S. intelligence officials that Russian government operatives are probing state voter registration databases as they did in 2016 raises the question: is this all they’ve got? Why aren’t the Russians doing… Continue reading
Microsoft and a team of companies and law enforcement groups have disabled — at least temporarily — one of the world’s largest hacking operations, an effort run by Russian-speaking cybercriminals that officials feared could disrupt the presidential election in… Continue reading