Tag Archives: Voter Privacy

I Know What You Did Last Summer: Signed a Petition in Washington

Last year, female Facebook users around the world updated their status messages with their bra color.  Version 2.0 of this breast cancer awareness marketing strategy ran this year.  Perhaps some things should be kept private.  But what about our politics?  As … Continue reading

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Weekly Wrap Up

Every week, State of Elections brings you the latest news in election law – On Wednesday, the Supreme Court heard oral arguments in Doe v. Reed.  The plaintiffs argue that Washington’s Public Records Act, which makes the names of signatories … Continue reading

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Know Campaign Update

In January, we brought you a piece about the Know Campaign and the privacy of your voting history. This post is an update on the lawsuit and changes to the statute: Here’s a quick rundown of the situation: a non-profit … Continue reading

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Voter Privacy and the Know Campaign

I get tons of political mail.  Most of it I don’t read – after all, it contains little useful information.  But if someone mailed me this, it would surely catch my eye: “Below is a partial list of your recent … Continue reading

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