By Kirsten Adshead | Wisconsin Reporter
MADISON – Election officials’ hot potato has landed in the legislature’s lap.
The Government Accountability Board on Wednesday agreed to talk to lawmakers about changing state law to give GAB staff the task of maintaining and updating the statewide voter registration list – a job that GAB largely has been handling, [...]
MADISON — Wisconsin’s lawmakers are considering a wide range of changes to the state’s election administration amid new reports showing that systemic problems persist.
Nearly 200 clerks missed a mandatory deadline in January to update voter-registration data after the November election.Read More →
By Patrick B. McGuigan
OKLAHOMA CITY — There is a lot more to public policy than numbers, but data can tell at least part of the story in Oklahoma.
Two more-than-bite-sized nuggets to whet the appetites of policy-watchers in Oklahoma and elsewhere: Nearly 2,500 legislative proposals have been submitted for consideration during the 2013 legislative session; while [...]
ALEXANDRIA—How long does it take to vote in Virginia?
Well, there are as many answer to that question as there are polling places in the Old Dominion, where readers reported lines as short as “non-existent” to 90 minutes. And it isn’t over yet.
Polls close at 7 p.m. As long as you’re in line by 7 p.m., you’ll [...]
Part 12 of 25 in the series Voter Fraud
A staff person working on the president’s re-election campaign helped an undercover journalist register to vote in Florida despite the reporter’s expressed intention to vote for Barack Obama twice in the hotly contested presidential race, video reviewed by Watchdog.org shows.
Casting more than one ballot in the [...]