By Jennifer Cohn @jennycohn1 on Twitter

People sometimes ask me why I became an advocate of election security and transparency. One of the main reasons is that, in the wake of reports of Russian interference in 2016, I learned that public officials and others in leadership positions had provided…

By singling out Dominion, the GOP has successfully deflected from legitimate election-security concerns involving America’s largest voting machine vendor, ES&S.

By Jennifer Cohn, 5/23/21

Although you would never know it to hear Trump and his allies scream about Dominion Voting, it was ES&S that deservedly received criticism in recent years…

By Jennifer Cohn
April 29, 2021

In Georgia’s 2018 gubernatorial election, Democrat Stacey Abrams ran against Georgia’s Republican Secretary of State, Brian Kemp.

In 2017, Kemp’s office purged 560,000 voters from the voter rolls under the state’s “use it or lose it” policy, which dubiously assumes that a voter must…

By Jennifer Cohn

In 2018, Beto O’Rourke, a Democratic member of the U.S. House of Representatives, tried to unseat Ted Cruz, a Republican member of the U.S. Senate.

The race between O’Rourke and Cruz received significant media attention and was the most expensive U.S. …

By Jennifer Cohn, 4/27/21

During the 2018 midterm election in Florida, the incumbent in the U.S. senate race was Democratic Senator Bill Nelson. His opponent was then Governor Rick Scott (R ).

Before entering politics, Nelson had served as a captain in the Army Reserve during the Vietnam War where…

By Jennifer Cohn
March 16, 2021

In 2002, Alabama’s democratic governor, Don Siegelman ran for reelection against Republican Bob Riley. Siegelman had previously served as attorney general, secretary of state, lieutenant governor, and governor. He was the only person to have held all four of these offices in Alabama. As…

By Jennifer Cohn
March 5, 2021

On March 28, 2016, soon after Donald Trump secured the Republican presidential nomination, the Trump campaign announced that it had hired a political operative named Paul Manafort to assist with the campaign.

Before joining the Trump campaign, Manafort had for years worked for a…

Alabama’s 1994 judicial races.

In 1994, Rove consulted for Republican Perry O. Hooper in his race for Alabama chief justice. Hooper lost by 304 votes, but Rove immediately sought a statewide recount. According to a former Rove staffer, a key part of the recount strategy formulated by Rove was to “‘undermine the other side’s…

In September 2020, a Texas examiner’s report said there was a “ bug” in ES&S’s hash verification script. What happened after is unknown.

By Jennifer Cohn

First, a cautionary note. Close partisan associations and corruption involving voting machine vendors are inappropriate, and significant discrepancies between polling and official outcomes…

By Jonathan Simon

As Donald Trump — facing a defeat he signaled in advance he would not (and could not, given the stakes and his nature) accept — files lawsuit after lawsuit in a kind of virtuoso false-note cadenza improvised on a lifelong theme of litigiousness, some of my election…

Jennifer Cohn

Attorney and Election Integrity Advocate #ProtectOurVotes #PaperBallotsNow @jennycohn1

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