SCOTUS's Virginia Redistricting Ruling: What Does it Mean?

This week, the Supreme Court preserved a lower court ruling striking down Virginia's House of Delegates districts as an unconstitutional racial gerrymander in the case of Virginia House of Delegates vs. Bethune Hill. In a 5-4 decision, a cross-ideological majority of the Court (Ginsburg, Sotomayor, Kagan, Thomas and Gorsuch) found the GOP-led House lacked standing to appeal the lower court ruling.


Voting Machine Security: Where We Stand Six Months Before the New Hampshire Primary

In late July, the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence released its report on the Russian government’s attacks on America’s election infrastructure.[1] While the report offered dozens of recommendations related to vast and varied election systems in the United States (from voter registration databases to election night reporting), it pointedly noted that there was an urgent need to secure the nation’s voting systems in particular.


Prosecutor: Proof of election fraud in US House race in Virginia

NORFOLK, Va. (AP) — A special prosecutor in Virginia says he's presented two indictments of election fraud against a person who worked on a Republican congressman's doomed re-election campaign. Special prosecutor Donald Caldwell announced the indictment in a statement Monday. He did not identify the staffer who worked on Scott Taylor's campaign in Virginia's coastal 2nd Congressional District.