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Election Assistance Commission Back in Action

Created in 2002 as part of the Help America Vote Act, the EAC was established to help states modernize antiquated voting systems in the wake of the infamous Florida recount of Bush v. 57 more words


Lengthy vacancy ends for election commissioners

Corrections & Clarifications: An earlier version of this story misstated the position of the Presidential Commission on Election Administration regarding vacant seats on the Election Assistance Commission. 290 more words



Possessions Weigh on the Elderly

As we age, we tend to accumulate more and more material possessions, and it becomes harder and harder to let them go. 85 more words

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Two-Tier Voting Systems Face Lawsuit Double Whammy

The two-tier voting systems in Kansas and Arizona received a double-punch over the last week with dual federal and state court challenges to their new voting laws. 411 more words


Kan., Ariz. Seek Order On Voter Citizenship Laws

TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — Kansas and Arizona asked a court Wednesday to force a federal agency to quickly modify a national voter registration form so the states can fully enforce proof-of-citizenship requirements for new voters ahead of next year’s elections. 556 more words


Is this what "take my country back" looks like?

Lost in the chatter of the shutdown and debt ceiling debate is news of another attack on the rights of voters.  This time, it’s not Texas or North Carolina.  756 more words