New App Makes It Easier than Ever to Shame Your Friends and Family into Voting

It’s no secret that your voting history is public information. In fact, when you vote, where you vote, how often you vote, and even your party registration are just a few of the publicly-available data points that political candidates and … Read More

West Virginia says 144 people voted using mobile blockchain app

  File this under headlines from the future: Nearly 150 West Virginians living outside the United States cast ballots in Tuesday’s election using a blockchain-backed mobile app that West Virginia officials have touted as an ideal way to boost participation … Read More

A Playbook for the Midterm’s Insurgent Candidates

When Congressman Ted Poe (TX-2) added his name to an unprecedented list of Republican members not seeking re-election in 2018, he left behind a power vacuum in his Houston district that nine candidates quickly sought to fill. Conventional wisdom said … Read More