Experts have confirmed that a fraudulent online request for 2,500 ballots in Florida last year was the first known cyberattack against a US election. And it could be just the tip of the iceberg.
Long lines were created at polling places around the country because of a broad spectrum of voting-machine glitches on Election Day.
In four battleground states – Pennsylvania, Virginia, Florida, and Colorado – glitches in electronic-voting machines could produce erroneous tallies that would be difficult to detect and potentially impossible to correct, a Monitor analysis finds.
Computerized systems in 16 states – including some swing states – have no paper backup ballots or other paper trails ‘in some or all counties,’ leaving the vote vulnerable, a national study says.
Laura Ingalls Wilder and her daughter Rose both knew the power of the pen.
Laura Ingalls Wilder and her daughter, Rose, both knew the power of the pen.