As of September 7, the Delta variant of COVID-19 now accounts for 4.3 million new cases and 9,300 deaths per day, worldwide. About 1,000 of those daily deaths are in the US. On Democracy Day 2021, we look at the
The Olympics, the greatest spectacle in sport, is a transcendent event, that every four years delivers an endless array of teachable moments. Those moments have application across many fields – including elections. Here are three.
Author: Ed Smith The US Election Assistance Commission (EAC) started accepting voting systems for federal certification in 2007. In its earliest days, the EAC Testing and Certification process placed few barriers to submitting an application for certification and obtaining approval
As digital technologies continue to change the world around us, the need for governments to embrace digital transformation and increase the efficiency of the services they provide has become ever more salient.
South Korea made the headlines when it held parliamentary elections in April 2020 as COVID-19 was ravaging the world.
Jeannette Rankin of Montana was the first woman elected to the US House of Representatives. The year was 1916. Ironically, Rankin was not allowed to vote for herself in that election. The US did not give women the vote until