Building a Team to Secure Our Elections

By Haleh S The security and integrity of U.S. elections has been heatedly discussed in public, and by the media and politicians, especially since our 2016 election. The terms election security and election integrity are often used interchangeably, with much of the recent focus on election security - generally referring to steps we take to … Continue reading Building a Team to Secure Our Elections

Building Teams to Secure Our Elections

Haleh S contributed to this article A webinar presented by the Secure Elections Network titled “Elections Officials: Building a Team to Secure Our Elections” on May 19 at 5 PM, will feature speaker Tina Barton, an election security advocate and the City Clerk of Rochester Hills, Michigan. In her presentation, “Building Networks/Working Together to Build … Continue reading Building Teams to Secure Our Elections

Ballot Marking Devices: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly

Ion Y contributed to this article The 2020 election may be the most consequential election of our lives, and we must ensure that it’s secure and that all our votes are counted. Ballot Marking Devices (BMDs), electronic marking devices that don’t make a lasting paper record of a vote, are used in 20 states statewide; … Continue reading Ballot Marking Devices: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly

Indivisible webinar to secure our elections

July 30 update: watch the recorded webinar here. The 2018 mid-terms are mere months away - do you trust that our local elections will be fair, and that our election processes are secure? Indivisible National and several election security experts in Indivisible chapters around the country will present a webinar on July 15 to give Indivisible members … Continue reading Indivisible webinar to secure our elections