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“2016: The Belt And Suspenders Election”

Doug Chapin: But this year I’ve also noticed something new; many voters are casting ballots and engaging with the election process earlier and in greater numbers than I can remember. Moreover, there seems to be an intensity and urgency that is … Continue reading ?
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Gallup: 15% of Registered Voters Have Already Cast Ballots

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From Gallup: Fifteen percent of registered voters nationwide have already cast their ballots in this year’s election, according to Gallup Daily tracking for the week ending Oct. 28. That is up sharply from 5% a week earlier. The ove...

There Could Be A Big Loophole For Voter Fraud In Vermont

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'Holy S--- this state is corrupt!' a Vermont election worker tells us. Our source describes a loophole that might allow additional ballots to be submitted without anyone noticing. Voters cast different ballots for different election...

“Bad Day In St. Louis: Severe Ballot Shortages Plague Municipal Elections”

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Doug Chapin: For many people in the election world, the place to watch yesterday was the state of Wisconsin, which held its hotly-contested, high-turnout presidential primary in the wake of major changes to the state’s election syst...

“Too Many People? Counties Respond To Letters Saying Voting Rolls Are Bloated”

Academics / Political Science : Election Law

Doug Chapin: These letters and county official replies are just the opening shots in what is likely to be an ongoing fight about voter rolls in advance of the 2016 election. As civic groups and election officials alike prepare to ce...

Chapin: Lennon’s Law, Hurricane Matthew and the 2016 Election

Academics / Political Science : Election Law

The following is a guest post from Doug Chapin (and huge thanks to Doug for putting this together so quickly): Over at the Election Academy blog – where I usually get my electiongeek on – I often refer to something I … Continue read...

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