The former vice president spoke at an electrical workers conference, prompting the president to tweet he'd be the one to get the union members' votes.
Josh Douglas, a law professor at the University of Kentucky, says reforms at the local level are a roadmap for the future.
The gubernatorial candidate also accused his rival, the governor, of undermining public confidence in elections.
“There are some real questions here about whether or not this data can be secured, and it may not provide us with anything of value anyway."
Good News For Russia: 15 States Use Voting Machines That Have Been Easily Hackable For More Than A Decade
Touch-screen machines can be programmed to change votes and are nearly impossible to audit, computer experts say.
The commission says legal review requirements don't apply to it.
Rhode Island could be the ninth state to enact the measure, which advocates say expands the right to vote.
The linked article matters a lot, because Woods faces Democrat Rachel Zenzinger in an Arvada/Westminster race that's a tossup
It is too broad a sweep to discuss all women in politics in short form writing. I am however a woman in politics and it is particularly worth discussing how being a woman in politics affects my life, my choices, my family, and the decisions I ultimately make when I am sitting in board rooms and courthouses discussing decisions that will affect the future. I have always been political.
Regular Delegates The only hope for Bernie is that he prevents Clinton from receiving 2382 delegates before July forcing