Authors: Peter Neffenger and Paul DeGregorio Citizens demand to know that the votes they cast are the votes that are counted. But our election systems are under unprecedented threats and our collective faith in the system has been faltering.
With the primary season just around the corner, America’s attention is increasingly focused on the upcoming 2020 election.
Voting, and more broadly elections, are not unlike the weather in that everybody talks about it but not much is actually done about it.
Twenty-five years after South Africa’s first democratic elections, the country went to the polls to designate the 400 members of the 2019 National Assembly.
Would have the fate of Westeros been entirely different if they have had elections, and a fierce Commission to manage them since the beginning? Most probably so!
The lack of competition in the United States has resulted in insufficient innovation in the elections industry which has dampened voter confidence in election systems.