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  • Washington Journal Representative John Sarbanes DMD Discusses Election Security Legislation
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    Representative Sarbanes on Election Security Legislation

    Representative John Sarbanes (D-MD) talked about election security legislation.

  • Washington Journal Steven Shepard Discusses History of Election DoOvers
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    Steven Shepard on History of Election "Do-Overs"

    Politico’s Steven Shepard discussed the history of election “do-overs” in light of a new election being called in North Carolina’s race for the 9th Congressional District.

  • Washington Journal Thomas Hicks Discusses Election Security and Technology
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    Thomas Hicks on Election Security and Technology

    U.S. Election Assistance Commission chair Thomas Hicks spoke by phone about election security and how states plan to use the $380 million dollars allocated for improving election technology.

  • Washington Journal J Alex Halderman Discusses Election Systems  Vulnerabilities
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    J. Alex Halderman on Election Systems and Vulnerabilities

    University of Michigan computer science and engineering professor J. Alex Halderman talked about voting machine security. He spoke via video link from Ann Arbor, Michigan.

  • Washington Journal Douglas Lute Discusses Vulnerabilities of US Voting Machines
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    Douglas Lute on U.S. Voting Machine Vulnerability

    Douglas Lute, former U.S. ambassador to NATO, talked about the findings of a report by DEF CON looking at the vulnerabilities of U.S. voting machines.

  • Jeh Johnson Testifies at Election Security Task Force Hearing
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    Election Security Task Force Forum

    The Task Force on Election Security, composed of Democratic House members, held its first public forum on Capitol Hill. Members heard from former Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson and…

  • Washington Journal Alison Lundergan Grimes Discusses Voting System Security
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    Alison Lundergan Grimes on Voting System Security

    Kentucky Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes talked about the security of voting systems in her state and how they were working to prevent future issues. She spoke via video uplink from aboard the…

  • Washington Journal News Headlines and Viewer Calls
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    Open Phones, Part 1

    Telephone lines and social media were open for viewer comments on the question, “How concerned are you about election security?”

  • Washington Journal Bob Bauer Discusses President Trumps Voter Fraud Commission
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    Bob Bauer on President Trump's Voter Fraud Commission

    Bob Bauer, former co-chair of the Presidential Commission on Election Administration, talked about President Trump’s voter fraud commission and efforts to improve the integrity of federal…

  • Reporting of Election Night Results
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    Reporting of Election Night Results

    Haley Sweetland Edwards reported by telephone about the history of reporting election results, the logistics involved, and how the media has gotten better at calling election results over…

  • Newsmakers with Denise Merrill and Thomas Hicks
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    Newsmakers with Denise Merrill and Thomas Hicks

    Thomas Hicks, chair of the Election Assistance Commission, and Connecticut Secretary of State Denise Merrill, president of the National Association of Secretaries of State, talked about…

  • Washington Journal Krist Novoselic on Electoral Reform
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    Electoral Reform

    Krist Novoselic talked about the role of his organization, FairVote, which advocates for a variety of electoral reforms. He responded to telephone calls and social media, with the telephone…

  • White House Briefing
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    White House Daily Briefing

    Josh Earnest responded to questions from reporters on a range of issues, including he nomination of Merrick Garland to the U.S. Supreme Court, monitoring the 2016 presidential election, and…

  • Impact of Public Financing on US Politics
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    Government Election Funding

    Panelists talked about the impact of public or government financing of political campaigns. They focused on Professor Michael Miller’s book, Subsidizing Democracy: How Public Funding Changes Elections and…

  • Election Reform
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    Election Reform

    Panelists discussed election reform and how they would go about changing the system. A primary topic of consideration was the constitutionality of state voter ID laws which require a person…

  • Redistricting and Voting Rights
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    Redistricting and Voting Rights

    A bipartisan panel of legal experts talked about redistricting efforts and clashes in Texas, Georgia, California, and elsewhere. In addition, they debated the constitutionality of Section…

  • Tom Reilly on Cybersecurity in Elections
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    Tom Reilly on Cybersecurity in Elections

    Tom Reilly spoke about cyber security challenges and ways to prevent voter fraud.

  • Wendy Weiser on New State Laws Regulating Voting
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    Wendy Weiser on New State Laws Regulating Voting

    Wendy Weiser, the Director of the Democracy Program at the Brennan Center for Justice, talked about new state laws that could make it more difficult to vote. Topics included what types of…

  • Former Representative Tom Davis on Campaign Finance and the 2012 Elections
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    Former Representative Tom Davis on Campaign Finance and the 2012 Elections

    Former Representative Tom Davis talked about campaign finance and partisanship in Washington. Topics included the 2012 Elections, congressional gridlock, and gerrymandered congressional…

  • Open Phones
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    Open Phones

    Telephone lines were open for comments on the necessity of tougher voting laws in various states. James Hohmann talked by telephone about Sarah Palin’s One Nation bus tour which began at the…

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