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Steven Rosenfeld  covers democracy issues for AlterNet. He is a longtime print and broadcast journalist and has reported for National Public Radio, Monitor Radio, Marketplace,  TomPaine.com  and many newspapers. He has written and co-authored three books on voting rights since 2004, including Count My Vote (AlterNet Books, 2008). His next book profiles how Ben Bril, the most famous Dutch Jewish boxer, kept his family alive in WW2.

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How To Link Twitter To Facebook, From YouTubeVideos
(1 comments) SHARE More Sharing        Friday, November 8, 2019
Social Media Is Amplifying Trump's Rants and Disinformation More Than Ever -- Can Society Protect Itself? Thanks to Trump, Americans have been subjected to a crash course in propaganda. When Trump and his supporters propagandize, it is to assert themselves, smear critics and rivals, and manipulate "unwitting Americans."
From InText
(1 comments) SHARE More Sharing        Wednesday, October 23, 2019
Why The DNC Nixed Smartphone Voting In Alaska Democratic Primary The Rules Committee could not agree that phone-based voting was sufficiently secure in 2020, not when facing Republicans like President Trump -- who routinely says elections are being stolen and would pounce on any issue with a new voting system -- and when other experts are citing ongoing security threats from abroad.
Iowa Caucus fires starting gun for race to the White House, From YouTubeVideos
SHARE More Sharing        Wednesday, September 25, 2019
Iowa Democrats Will Expand 2020 Caucus To "Satellite" Sites The Iowa Democratic Party will create satellite caucus sites for 2020's first presidential caucus, under a plan granted conditional approval Friday by the DNC Rules and Bylaws Committee.
Hillary Clinton, From WikimediaPhotos
(7 comments) SHARE More Sharing        Friday, September 20, 2019
In Major Speech, Hillary Clinton Warns Of Four Top Threats To 2020 Election Hillary Clinton warned that American elections are under escalating assault from domestic and foreign forces threatening the right to vote on Tuesday in a far-ranging speech delivered at the In Defense of Democracy conference in Washington, D.C.
From InText
(3 comments) SHARE More Sharing        Saturday, August 17, 2019
Just How Secure Are the 2020 Elections? When one hears about the latest trends in using and abusing data that flow online or over cell phone signal paths, one realizes that the best efforts to prevent disrupting the 2020 voting process or corrupting its reported results are akin to a cat-and-mouse game, where the best that defenders are doing is putting up spyware and walls to protect porous ancient systems.
TRUMP AND HITLER | Unbelievable connection revealed!, From YouTubeVideos
(1 comments) SHARE More Sharing        Sunday, August 11, 2019
Leading Civil Rights Lawyer Shows 20 Ways Trump Is Copying Hitler's Early Rhetoric and Policies A new book by one of the nation's foremost civil liberties lawyers powerfully describes how America's constitutional checks and balances are being pushed to the brink by a president who is consciously following Adolf Hitler's extremist propaganda and policy template from the early 1930s -- when the Nazis took power in Germany.
State's new voting system combines digital and paper ballots, From YouTubeVideos
SHARE More Sharing        Friday, August 9, 2019
Will New Voting Systems Be Ready for 2020's Early Presidential Contests? Deploying new voting systems in 2020's presidential caucuses and primaries is turning out to be more complex than regulators overseeing several high-profile states anticipated, raising questions about whether these systems will be ready or should be used.
Vote, From FlickrPhotos
(1 comments) SHARE More Sharing        Wednesday, June 5, 2019
America Is Missing Its Chance to Fix Our Election System Before We Vote in 2020 A 2019 bill backed by the Florida State Association of Supervisors of Elections to let counties use digital images of paper ballots to conduct more thorough recounts failed. Its opponents included Republicans (no House co-sponsors), activists who oppose using computers in vote counting, and some officials seeking less work.
Making Every Vote Count, From YouTubeVideos
(4 comments) SHARE More Sharing        Friday, March 29, 2019
Does Maryland have the answer for verifying America's vote count? here are advances that can make the process more transparent and verifiable before the winners are officially declared. Critics may assert that nothing involving computers can be trusted in voting. But they overlook that remarkably granular and accounting-like methods to verify vote counts have emerged practices that, if encouraged and widely adopted, would only benefit the public, but could be in place for 2020's election.
Voting, From InText
(6 comments) SHARE More Sharing        Thursday, March 14, 2019
Could This Be the End of the Electoral College? There's new momentum around the National Popular Vote movement, where states will award Electoral College votes to elect the president based on which candidate has won the most votes nationwide -- instead of today's state-by-state winner-take-all system.
Voting Integrity, From YouTubeVideos
(7 comments) SHARE More Sharing        Friday, January 4, 2019
Democrats in Congress unveil ambitious plan to fix our election system On the second day of the 116th Congress, the new House Democratic majority will introduce H.R. 1, the most comprehensive democracy reform legislation seen this century. It addresses voting rights and electoral procedures, campaign finance rules and loopholes, and seeks to institute higher ethical standards for federal officeholders and more.
Safety measures ensure vote count will be correct, From YouTubeVideos
SHARE More Sharing        Thursday, January 3, 2019
Why election officials are pinning their hopes on different vote-verifying technologies In early December, the county officials running Florida's elections unanimously endorsed a new way to recount ballots and more precisely verify votes before winners are certified. Why can't problematic ballots quickly be identified and pulled for scrutiny as the public watches online? Americans want their vote counting to be accurate.
From flickr.com: Bernie Sanders, From Images
(4 comments) SHARE More Sharing        Saturday, December 8, 2018
Sanders and DNC Level Playing Field for 2020 Presidential Debates The Democratic Party's best-known outsider, Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders, appears to be on the verge of notching yet another inside-track score that doubtless will come in handy when he runs for president in 2020.
How the GOP civil war will play out, From YouTubeVideos
(1 comments) SHARE More Sharing        Wednesday, December 5, 2018
"They're Throwing A Fit": The GOP's Desperate Power Grabs Show How Weak The Party Has Become The GOP is a party with a strong streak not only of reluctance to relinquishing power or heeding vote outcomes, but also of seeing it as politically virtuous to do whatever it takes to preserve its power. The biggest example of this reflex is its ongoing packing of the federal courts, which began in President Obama's final years, when the GOP-led Senate refused to seat scores of appointees and a Supreme Court justice.
From fox2now.com: Crowd urged to vote , From GoogleImages
(2 comments) SHARE More Sharing        Thursday, November 15, 2018
Federal Courts Rule Against Vote Suppression in Florida and Georgia In the past 24 hours, a fourth federal court ruling was issued in Georgia that will ensure an entire category of ballots must be counted -- those cast by mail that had been rejected based on examining the absentee ballot envelope.
Gov. Rick Scott, From FlickrPhotos
(2 comments) SHARE More Sharing        Wednesday, November 14, 2018
The Florida Election Recount Is About to Get Very Confusing Florida's statewide recounts first faced technical obstacles surrounding the sorting and scanning of millions of ballots. Now political and legal obstacles are poised to add another layer of complexity over determining who is the next governor, senator and agriculture commissioner.
Stacey Abrams, Candidate to Become Georgia's Governor, From GoogleImages
(1 comments) SHARE More Sharing        Tuesday, November 13, 2018
A federal court rebukes Brian Kemp'selection management -- giving a lifeline to Stacey Abrams as she battles On Two just-issued federal court rulings will mean potentially thousands of additional votes will be counted in Georgia's hotly contested elections, possibly affecting the outcomes of races ranging from the high-profile governor's race to seats for state legislature.
Democratic Donkey Rides the Wave, From GoogleImages
(1 comments) SHARE More Sharing        Friday, November 9, 2018
The Blue Wave Is Real, and Republicans Are Reeling There were signs that Democrats were making inroads in previously red states. In Kansas, the anti-immigrant and vote-suppressing Secretary of State, Kris Kobach, was defeated for governor by Laura Kelly, and Kansans also elected Democrat Sharice Davids, a Native American and gay woman, to the House. Davids was one of many women elected on Tuesday, from governors to House members.
Voting Rights, From GoogleImages
(2 comments) SHARE More Sharing        Thursday, November 1, 2018
Here's How the Country Could Actually Secure Our Elections If Politicians Actually Cared to Try Whether the most confidence-inspiring technologies will be built into the ways America verifies the vote is no longer a theoretical question. The Brennan Center for Justice has noted that more than 30 states "say they must replace" their voting systems before the 2020 presidential election. At stake is public confidence for many years to come.
Can we still trust polls to predict elections?, From YouTubeVideos
SHARE More Sharing        Wednesday, October 17, 2018
Maryland Is the Cutting Edge in Running Trustworthy Elections Right now, Maryland is the only state using Clear Ballot's digital image audit software for all of its jurisdictions in November. (Vermont also uses the software, but it verifies results in a half-dozen towns after each election -- a fraction of its municipalities.)

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