By Kathryn Watson | From Watchdog.org, Virginia Bureau
ALEXANDRIA, Va. — The acceptance of electronic or e-signatures on voter registration forms from third parties poses risks, but there’s a lot more to be worried about leading up to Nov. 4, says one election integrity advocate.
At the end of September, Attorney General Mark Herring confirmed a directive that the State Board of Elections issued a year ago under the administration of former Gov. Bob McDonnell. The Norfolk Electoral Board had asked Herring whether it should accept signatures issued by third parties electronically, given concerns about potential ID theft and voter integrity. Continue reading