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National Security and “Federal Control” of Elections

Previously, our CTO, John Sebes tried to unpack the regrettable misunderstanding that current attempts to strength U.S. elections nationwide are some form of Federal hijack of states’ responsibilities for elections.  And of course, he is not our corporate lawyer or anyone in Legal trying to sort this out.  But from a layperson’s view (at least to Constitutional law and all) this doesn’t seem overly complicated to John, and so here’s his view....

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Another Proposed Solution Set to Protect U.S. Elections

Danielle Root and Liz Kennedy at the Center for American Progress (“CAP”) published an important Briefing today highlighting nine solutions to secure America’s elections. The Briefing is well researched and offers a keen assessment of our current public elections’ average level of integrity.  I want to say right up front, this is good and important work.  What we offer as a review and comment here is intended to catalyze an intellectually honest conversation, and not to serve as some critique of their good work.

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