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February 07, 2020
It’s not just Iowa: Election tech is messy (VOX): “The Iowa caucuses app won’t be the only new tech this election cycle, but Congress hasn’t been funding voting security the way it should.”

Analysis: Messing with elections messes with democracy (Texas Tribune): “Voter suppression, incompetent administrators, dirty political tricks, and misinformation and political rhetoric attacking the results of elections present threats to elections and democracy, a new book argues. It came out on the day of the Iowa caucuses.”

Democrats launch massive legal campaign on voting ahead of 2020 (Politico): “As Democrats select their 2020 presidential nominee, a constellation of left-leaning groups is looking ahead, laying groundwork for huge voter turnout in November by filing an avalanche of voting-rights lawsuits against state laws they say suppress participation in elections.”

As Election Primaries Approach, Red Flags Signal Voter Suppression Risks (Just Security)
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