One week out, election IT officials project calm, with caution
With just seven days until Election Day, the tech officials in state election offices are making their final preparations for a historic day.
Election-related system impacted by ransomware in Georgia county
A recent attack on Hall County, Georgia, disabled a database used to match signatures on absentee ballots, but officials say voting has not been interrupted.
North Carolina AG calls Trump leading source of election misinformation
North Carolina Attorney General Josh Stein called the president's recent suggestion that his supporters vote twice a key example of misleading voters.
Combatting election disinformation is 'whack-a-mole,' says New Mexico official
"The misinformation and disinformation out there is ramping up to a crazy level," New Mexico Secretary of State Maggie Toulouse Oliver said during an online conference.
Most counties' election sites still lack .gov and HTTPS, McAfee says
Very few of more than 3,000 websites run by county election officials employ two basic government cybersecurity protocols, according to a new report.
Pandemic pushed election officials toward major IT upgrades
State election officials have used the pandemic to make major, long-lasting improvements to their infrastructure, they said during CISA's online summit.
Florida extends voter registration deadline following website crash
Secretary of State Laurel Lee said Florida's online voter registration system crashed under "unprecedented" demand just before the original deadline.
Election officials won't 'sacrifice accuracy or integrity for speed'
It will take time to count tens of millions of absentee and mail-in ballots. But that's by design, a Brennan Center expert said.
Right-wing scammers indicted over robocall spreading disinformation about voting by mail
Two bumbling GOP scammers face charges over a robocall that discouraged people in Detroit and other cities from voting.