Ian Eppler // 11/5/17 //
The Crosscheck system promoted by Kris Kobach, vice chair of President Trump’s Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity, as a tool to purge voter rolls, has a 99% false positive rate, writes Sean Gallagher at Ars Technica.
Republicans have opposed Nathaniel Persily, the special master appointed by the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals to redraw North Carolina’s state legislative districts, writes Peter St. Onge in the News & Observer.
Political advertisements on the internet should be held to the same standard as those appearing on radio or television, the LA Times editorializes.
The National Voter Registration Act prevents states from removing voters from the rolls for failing to vote in an election, argues David Gans.