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The 17-day trial questioning the security of Georgia’s Dominion voting machines ended Thursday, leaving the final decision in the hands of U.S. District Judge Amy Totenberg.
The city will deploy four electronic voter checklist tablets at each voting location. The tablets, which contain all voters' names, addresses, party affiliations and wards, will be connected through a secure network.
Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger is asking legislators for $4.7 million to buy devices that would allow voters to confirm that the QR codes and printed text on ballots match before being scanned and counted.
The technology eliminated a requirement for voters to fill out paper forms at early voting locations, instead allowing them to check in through tablets managed by poll workers.
This time next year, Americans will be casting votes in the 2024 general election. State and local races (and issues) will take place in the long shadow of a carefully watched presidential rematch.
Georgia senators pushed for answers about election security during a Senate Ethics Committee hearing this week, questioning why the state’s voting system won’t be upgraded until after the 2024 elections.
The intersection of politics and social media is fertile ground for AI-powered disinformation. Learning to spot disinformation meddling from Russia, China and Iran in other countries can help the U.S. prepare for 2024.
The recent decision to move forward with automatic voter registration plans in Pennsylvania has some Republicans worried about how the policy will be implemented across county election departments.
State election regulators have approved new voting machines for the first time in more than three decades. City and town officials will be able to deploy the new machines for municipal races starting in March.
A steady stream of instability at Twitter has users looking for other social media platforms. The newest offering from Meta – Threads – is a ways off from toppling its competition. 
Artificial intelligence looks like a political campaign manager’s dream because it could tune its persuasion efforts to millions of people individually — but it could be a nightmare for democracy.
The Hillsborough County Supervisor of Elections Office announced that the private information of 58,000 voters was exposed when an unauthorized user appeared to have accessed and copied files containing personal identification information.
Despite the widespread anxiety over deepfakes’ effects on democracy, political consultants say they are more excited about generative AI’s potential to tackle boring grunt work and expand their ability to deploy big-race tactics in down-ballot contests.
A proposal that would allow the spouses and voting-age dependents of deployed military members to vote online is facing criticism from some security experts who argue it would expose the election system to unnecessary risk.
More than three dozen former election officials, members of Congress and Cabinet secretaries are calling on lawmakers to make at least $400 million in election security grant funding available for fiscal 2024.