The COVID-19 pandemic poses a major challenge to electoral organizations. The planning horizon for electoral activities will go from weeks to months. How, then, should election officials move from a strategy of postponement, which is a valid strategy in the
A new survey by data services company Dynata shows that most American voters are very concerned that the Coronavirus pandemic may prevent citizens from voting in the upcoming presidential elections and states and jurisdictions must take action.
This pandemic has affected the daily life of citizens worldwide. We are months into the situation, which is as good a time as any to ask ourselves, “how much longer is this situation going to last, and what comes next?”
Recently 70 members of Congress signed a letter to Rules Committee Chairman James P. McGovern urging Congress to allow its members to use remote voting in times of crisis, such as the current COVID-19 pandemic. The note, which you can
On February 17, the US celebrates President’s Day, which since 1971 has been fixed to third Monday in the month. The date, not coincidentally, falls between the birthdays of Abraham Lincoln and George Washington, respectively. Holiday aside, the elections of
Election season in the U.S. has barely started and already a tsunami of misinformation about the Iowa Caucus is crashing down on the nation’s election officials.