The Election Assistance Commission's executive director allowed two of the four commissioners to work outside the Washington, D.C., area and agreed to pick up the costs of their travel to and from the office.
The concerns were echoed by Mayor Bill de Blasio, whose office offered $75 million to help pay for 100 more early voting sites.
Travis County received around 35,000 written registrations on the final day to submit them, meaning that they now need to be sorted by hand before early voting begins next week.
Thousands of recently released documents make clear that the commission's work was driven by a small number of members who were convinced—without evidence—that voter fraud was widespread.
In Kansas, federal Judge Julie Robinson levied a decision that demolished the voter fraud argument that Kobach and his supporters have evangelized around the country.
After getting rid of his Commission on Election Integrity, the president is pointing toward DHS to pick up the mantle.
Maine Secretary of State Matthew Dunlap has filed a suit claiming that Trump's Advisory Commission on Election Integrity is violating federal transparency laws.
Instructions have been lacking, says one commissioner—a sharp contrast with similar groups in the past.
The White House commission on voter fraud plans to run states' voter rolls against federal databases to find potential fraudulent registrations — a move experts say will result in thousands of errors and could distort fraud.
A commission created by President Donald Trump to enhance confidence in America's elections has asked all 50 states for copies of their voter records, which often include names, addresses, and ages.
Sam Clovis likely to be named undersecretary of the USDA department that manages research on everything from climate change to nutrition.
The efforts of one small but fierce lobbying group has thwarted even modest efforts to monitor homeschooled kids. Some fear lack of laws hides abuse or no teaching at all.