Raising our representation in the Legislature: African-Americans tackling voter turnout attend Maricopa County Recorder’s Office training
Sitting in a room with about 20 other African-Americans, Roy Tatem, Jr., thought about what voting and electing a state Legislature that reflects Arizona's diverse communities would mean to people whose concerns have long been ignored.
Amid reports of misleading text messages, Election Protection providing non-partisan voting assistance to Ohio-12 voters.
The Department of State today took the next step toward modernizing Pennsylvania's elections by issuing an Invitation for Bid (IFB) to voting system firms.
A few years ago, Beverly Miller was about to begin her second tour of duty serving the people of Coplay — first as a council member and then as a judge of elections in the Second District — when a minor crisis emerged: One of the two inspectors of elections who was to oversee the polling place failed to show up.