Elections

In the wake of one of the most divisive elections in US history, the minefields remain: Russian attempts to hack state voter-registration databases, President Trump’s false claims of at least 3 million illegally cast ballots and, most recently, a House committee’s party-line vote to kill the independent agency tasked with helping states improve their elections systems.

The effect is a widespread crisis of confidence in this nation’s electoral processes.

Commentary from Ed Dorn suggests that Russia's potential influence in the 2016 presidential campaign is similar to prior U.S. actions in other countries. He goes on to discuss Russia's primary motivations for preferring Trump to Hillary Clinton as president of the U.S.

Commentary from Ed Dorn suggests that Russia's potential influence in the 2016 presidential campaign is similar to prior U.S. actions in other countries. He goes on to discuss Russia's primary motivations for preferring Trump to Hillary Clinton as president of the U.S.

Commentary from Ed Dorn suggests that Russia's potential influence in the 2016 presidential campaign is similar to prior U.S. actions in other countries. He goes on to discuss Russia's primary motivations for preferring Trump to Hillary Clinton as president of the U.S.

With the nation facing what a January government report described as an “impending crisis” in voting technology, officials in Travis County are taking matters into their own hands by seeking to create a unique, next-generation system of voting machines.

Three years ago, DeBeauvoir decided that something had to change. “I said, ‘Okay, I’m fed up. I’m going to design my own system.’”
 

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