Limited election security funds pose risk for 2020

Dec 19, 2019
Some members of Congress want to include more funding for election security in the next federal spending bill, due on Dec. 20.
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The midterms were about the economy, too

Nov 7, 2018
The strong economy may not have been the most popular talking point for politicians, but for voters it still mattered plenty.
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Corporate America pushes employees to the polls

Nov 5, 2018
Some companies are making it easier for employees to vote in tomorrow's midterms.
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Uber and Lyft are offering discounted or free rides to the polls on Tuesday

Nov 5, 2018
What's in it for the ride-sharing businesses?
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What if the weakest link in election security is ... confidence?

Oct 25, 2018
We take a look at what states are doing to prepare for the midterm elections.
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A long quest in Texas for a better voting machine

Oct 24, 2018
Want confidence in an election? Stick to paper.
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A long quest in Texas for a better voting machine

Oct 24, 2018
Want confidence in an election? Stick to paper.
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Voting machines are totally hackable. But who's going to pay to fix them?

Oct 23, 2018
An argument for why voting systems should be regulated — and funded — like public utilities.
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Voting machines are totally hackable. But who's going to pay to fix them?

Oct 23, 2018
An argument for why voting systems should be regulated — and funded — like public utilities.
Voters cast their ballots at voting machines in Las Vegas in 2016.
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Campaigns target young voters, but will they show up on Election Day?

Oct 10, 2018
This campaign season, millions of dollars are being spent to convince young voters to register and vote in the midterm elections.
A pollster loads paper into a primary registration machine at the Travis County Courthouse in 2008 in Austin, Texas.
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