Show me the Numbers

Why do our media postmortems on elections focus on personalities? Maybe we’ve al read too many novels. But, to paraphrase Florence Nightengale: elections speak in statistics. How many people lacked ID? How many got false information about the election? How many registrations weren’t processed? How many were given provisional ballots because their voter rolls were inaccurate? How many arrived to find that they weren’t registered, even though they were sure they were?


How the 2018 Election Could be Stolen

While Americans are well-acquainted with Russian online trolls’ 2016 disinformation campaign, there’s a more insidious threat of Russian interference in the coming midterms. The Russians could hack our very election infrastructure, disenfranchising Americans and even altering the vote outcome in key states or districts

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NJ Advances Voting Rights

Today, the NJ legislature voted to advance three voting reform bills that will modernize New Jersey’s elections and reduce barriers to participation: Automatic Voter Registration with one agency, expanded in-person early voting, and online registration. 

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#AVRinMA: The Death of our Lead Sponsor

First, the good: H.2091 jumped a big hurdle, and got favorably voted out of committee.  But sadly, not long after, our Lead Sponsor, Peter Kokot, unexpectedly died.  Mr. Kokot was a powerful champion for H.2091, and we may not find another like him.  So we're going to have to redouble our efforts.  We need to secure our voter rolls!

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