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Democracy 3.0: A science-fiction story about what comes next in America

Today is the day we switch the system on.

Am I nervous? Of course I am. There could be indexing failures, field mismatches, table schema conflicts, a Russian hack… I’m kidding. 3,904 more words

Election 2016 Review: Democrats Score an Own-Goal, Part II

2017 has rolled around, and with Mr. Trump entering the White House, I’d like to close the book on the 2016 election with a review of the certified election results. 293 more words

Politics

Democracy now. Who matters more, voters or those who fund the budget?

Not surprisingly, with each new chance for a nation to vote, comes the chance to test the mettle of its electorate. In Jamaica, and many other countries, however, voters have been less and less willing to go to the polls. 1,461 more words

Jamaica

Oregon Secretary Of State Suspends Probe Of Voter 'Robocalls'

Oregon’s secretary of state is suspending an investigation into automated calls that told some voters in the run-up to the November election that they were marked as ‘inactive’ voters in registration rolls and their vote might not count. 12 more words

OPB - Oregon Public Broadcasting

Investigation of Robocalls That Oregon Officials Called "Voter Suppression" Finds Bupkis

“We trust the FBI did a thorough job,” Oregon officials now say.

Remember the pre-election uproar about robocalls and potential voter suppression?

In the days before Nov. 62 more words

Oregon Secretary Of State

Oregon Elections Officials Find No Wrongdoing on Pre-Election Robocalls

For second consecutive cycle, elections officials raise alarm but find nothing.

Oregon Secretary of State Jeanne Atkins announced Tuesday her elections division found no deliberate voter manipulation in the round of robocalls that took place prior to the Nov. 13 more words

Oregon Secretary Of State

Oregon suspends investigation into election robocalls, after finding no wrongdoing

Robocalls to thousands of voters just days before the Nov. 8 general election might have been annoying but they don’t appear to have violated the law, Oregon Secretary of State Jeanne Atkins announced on Tuesday. 13 more words

The Oregonian