There’s more than just machines behind America’s election system | Opinion
By Amel Ahmed When people think about making elections secure, they often think about voting machines, cybersecurity and mechanical threats. They don’t think about people. Since 2016, when there was evidence of computer hacking that did not affect the election’s results, the federal government has taken significant steps to secure elections, such as declaring election […]
Report: Even with strong protections, gaps in poll worker policy remain | Wednesday Morning Coffee
Despite attacks, Americans have more reasons to trust the process than to doubt it.
State officials encourage Pennsylvanians to serve as poll workers ahead of November election
In Pennsylvania, poll workers are paid for their time working on Election Day and counties provide the training necessary for the poll workers to perform their duties.
Election officials risk criminal charges under 31 new GOP-imposed penalties
The new laws are likely to dissuade people from becoming election officials or may lead more current election officials to quit.
Supporting local election officials will help protect our democracy | Opinion
States and the federal government need to step up enforcement of harassment and threats of violence against election officials.
MAP: Despite poll closings nationwide, Pa. polling locations hold steady in 2020
Pennsylvania retained roughly the same amount of general election polling locations over an eight-year period despite implementing several other changes during an especially tumultuous election, a Capital-Star analysis has found.
Poll workers are essential employees. We need to treat them that way | Mark O’Keefe
Lawmakers need to come back early from their recess to pass changes to make it safer and easier to vote in November.