In Focus This Week
In & Out
What’s in and out in election administration in 2019
You’ve waited all year for it, so without further ado, here is electionline Weekly’s annual list of what’s in and what’s out in election administration for 2019.
Happy New Year!
Out: Voters as perpetrators of fraud
In: Voters as victims of fraud
Out: Using the term “voter suppression” promiscuously
In: Thoughtful nuance
Out: Michele Reagan (AZ), John Gale (NE), Jon Husted (OH) Ruth Johnson (MI), Brian Kemp (GA), Kris Kobach (KS), Shantel Krebs (SD), Mark Martin (AR), Rolando Pablos (TX), and Wayne Williams (CO)
In: Steve Barnett (SD), Jocelyn Benson (MI), Bob Evnen (NE), Jena Griswold (CO), Katie Hobbs (AZ), Frank La Rose (OH), Brad Raffensperger (GA), Scott Schwab (KS), John Thurston (AR) and David Whitley (TX)
Out: Ballot design in election law
In: Ballot design standards
Out: EAC shutdown bills
In: Full EAC membership
Out: Losing graciously
In: Suing over election results
Out: Longtime Mason County, Washington Auditor Karen Herr
In: Election geek extraordinaire Paddy McGuire as Mason County, Washington auditor
Out: Ranked choice voting litigation
In: More localities considering using ranked choice voting
Out: Legislators legislating election laws
In: Expanding voters’ rights through ballot initiatives
Out: Blacklisting IP addresses
In: Whitelisting IP addresses
Out: Generic I Voted stickers
In: Customized I Voted stickers
Out: electionline as a small, but mighty website
In: electionline as a growing and resource-bursting web portal for the masses
Out: Sharing cyber threat information with election officials 10 months after the election
In: EI-ISAC Situational Awareness Room for real-time sharing of cyber threats
Out: Why is everyone talking about cybersecurity?
In: Why ISN’T everyone?
Out: Traditional polling place voting
In: Voters realizing the benefit of voting by mail/voting at home
Out: Felon disenfranchisement in Florida
In: Up to 1.5 million new voters in Florida
Out: Post-election audits
In: Risk-limiting audits
Out: Malware that steals your money
In: Malware that steals voter data
Out: Ballot harvesting
In: Lots of legislation about the absentee ballot return process
Out: “No federal interference in election administration!”
In: “More federal election funding!”
Out: 20-sided die for Dungeons and Dragons
In: 20-sided die for breaking election ties
Out (for now): Civility in the public discourse
In: Tweeting and yelling, so much yelling
Out: Voters worrying that by-mail ballots are not secret.
In: Voters posting “ballot selfies” showing how they voted
Out: Awkward text messages from your parents with emoji
In: Awkward text messages from candidates with the wrong polling place
Out: People saying, “What do you elections people do the other 363 days of the year?”
In: People saying, “What do you elections people do the other 10 months of the year?”
Out: Democracy Fund Elections Intern and electionline research guru Keegan Hughes
In: Center for Technology and Civic Life Community Associate Keegan Hughes
Out: The 2018 Midterms
In: Like it or not, ready or not, the 2020 presidential election
A special thanks to this year’s contributors: Doug Chapin, Brian Corley, Alton Dillard, Kateri Gill, Thad Hall, Ricky Hatch, Eugene Kipniss, David Kuennen, Dylan Lynch, Whitney May, Mindy Moretti, Laura Potter, Whitney Quesenbery, Stacey Scholl, and Ben Spear.
A study by the intelligence community found that while Russian operations meant to polarize American voters continued during the 2018 midterms, no voting system was compromised. According to the New York Times, the report, which will be forwarded to the Justice Department and Homeland Security, was not release to the public, but Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats did release a statement about the report’s findings.
Election News This Week
Washington, D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser and the American Red Cross recently honored a group of citizens and poll workers who helped save a man who suffered a heart attack at a polling place on Election Day. Fortunately for Charles Gordon, he collapsed at the feet of fellow voter Carmella Gonzalez who had recently renewed her CPR certification. “It makes me remember when she was little, when she was tiny,” Carmanleta Gonzalez, Carmella’s mother told WTOP. “When she was in day care, she always wanted an extra tissue and band-aide … I used to ask her why and she said, ‘for someone’s boo-boos.’”
There’s a masked bandit on the loose in the Panola County, Texas courthouse annex where the elections office is housed. The interloper(s) was first discovered after dark on December 19. “Belinda’s [Curry] usually not scared of anything, so when she screams, all I could think was … (that) somebody’s in here trying to kill her,” County Election Administrator Cheyenne Lampley told The Panola Watchman. “…So I peeked out the door of my office and look down towards her direction, and this humongous raccoon was running towards me.” While they got the raccoon out, when they returned the next morning to work, they discovered that the same racoon, or some partners in crime, had created quite a mess in the elections office. “I mean, all my stuff on the shelf’s knocked off. Our plants dumped over. Down at the other end, it’s clawed up a big spot in our brand new carpet. It has used the bathroom all over this place. A lot of the shelves down the hallway, stuff knocked off of them, down at the other end, and some of our glass Christmas decorations on the ground, shattered,” Lampley told the paper.
Congratulations to Kentucky Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes who welcomed a new son, Crawford Case Grimes, to the world on December 19. Weighing in at 7 pounds, 3 ounces, the future voter is the first child for Grimes and her husband Andrew. “Andrew and I have prayed for and dreamed of this day for many years. We are overjoyed to welcome Ford into our lives. We cannot thank enough our amazing team of doctors and nurses over these past several years. We are grateful to everyone who has offered their constant support and encouragement as it has meant more than you know,” Grimes said in a released statement.
Personnel News: Congratulations to Randolph County, Indiana Clerk Laura Martin who was named State Election Administrator of the Year by Secretary of state Connie Lawson. Melinda Meek is stepping down as the Santa Cruz County, Arizona elections director. Angie Crouse is the new Adams County, Pennsylvania election director. Kathy Boockvar has been nominated to serve as the Pennsylvania secretary of state. Jeff Storey is the new Transylvania County, North Carolina board of elections director. Michael Galimo, II is resigning as the Oneida County, New York Democratic elections commissioner. Rhonda Burrows is stepping down as the Lincoln County, New Mexico clerk. David “Oz” Osborne is stepping down as the Daviess County, Kentucky clerk.
California: Sen. Pat Bates, the Senate Republican leader, has filed legislation (Senate Bill 57) that would change California’s Motor Voter program to allow residents to opt-in instead of automatically registering them.
Connecticut: According to the News Times, the Sentencing Commission voted to once again get behind any bill that would restore voting rights to parolees, who are still serving their sentences. The commission also backed the measure last year — but it never came up for a vote in either the House or Senate.
Kentucky: Rep. Reginald Meeks (D-Louisville) has pre-filed a bill that would direct the state board of elections to provide voter registration forms in Spanish by 2022. The bill also looks to legalize pre-registering 16-year-olds.
Michigan: A package of election-related bills meant to codify the voter-approved Proposal 3, is headed to the governor’s desk. Proponents of the bill say the legislation creates enabling language needed to implement the aspects of Proposal 3 including same-day voter registration, straight ticket voting, no-excuse absentee voting and election audits. According to the Detroit News, opponents said the legislation would limit access for potential voters by requiring resident to visit a local clerk’s office for registering within 14 days of the election, a problem in larger districts where would-be voters would have to drive to a particular location to register.
Texas: Five Democratic legislators have all filed bills that would require the state to finally move to an online voter registration system. This is not a partisan issue. This is a good government issue,” said Rep. Celia Israel, D-Austin, who filed House Bill 361 to create an electronic voter registration system in Texas. “I’m pledging to continue the fight, because now it’s embarrassing that so many states have it and Texas doesn’t.”
Other legislation introduced includes a bipartisan bill that would require voting machines to produce a paper receipt. Another bill would shorten the time for early voting from 12 to seven days. Another bill would allow for same-day registration during voting. Yet another would allow residents who are elderly, sick, confined in jail or will be out of their voting county to vote early by mail. There were also several voter ID-related bills filed. Rep. Gina Hinojosa (D-Austin) has filed a bill requiring all four-year universities with more than 10,000 students to have a polling place on their main campus.
Alaska: A Superior Court judge says the Alaska Division of Elections properly recounted a state House race in Fairbanks that ended with a one-vote margin between the candidates.
California: Nevada County Judge Linda Sloven has ruled that an election fraud case against Deidra Vrooman may proceed. Vrooman has been accused of voting twice.
Maine: Outgoing U.S. Rep. Bruce Poliquin announced that he will end his federal challenge to the state’s ranked-choice voting system.
New Hampshire: The Executive Council has approved a pardon for a man convicted of resisting arrest following an incident at a polling place in 2014.
North Carolina: Within minutes of becoming law, the state’s new voter ID law was challenged in both federal and state court. According to the News & Observer: The North Carolina NAACP and six of its branches filed a federal lawsuit, and six voters represented by the Southern Coalition for Social Justice filed a lawsuit in state court. The NAACP lawsuit says the law will be harder on African-American and Latino voters. The lawsuit in state court says the law violates the state constitution because it intentionally discriminates against African-American and American Indian voters.
Opinions This Week
National Opinions: Election reform
Kansas: Voting system
Maryland: Montgomery County
Massachusetts: Early voting
New York: Election reform
Oklahoma: Election legislation
Tennessee: Instant runoff voting
New voter registration/ballot request and back-up ballot forms on Federal Register now
The current draft Federal Post Card Application (FPCA) and Federal Write-In Absentee Ballot (FWAB) forms are available for review and comment on the Federal Register until January 22 at regulations.gov.
The Uniformed and Overseas Citizens Absentee Voting Act (UOCAVA) requires that the Federal Voting Assistance Program (FVAP) prescribe two standard federal forms. Both forms require review and public comment every three years. The FPCA (SF-76), can be used to register to vote, request an absentee ballot and update contact information, while the FWAB (SF-186) serves as a backup ballot if the voter doesn’t receive a requested ballot in time.
FVAP leveraged feedback from voters and election officials to update the forms to clarify their use and requirements.
- The revised forms simplify instructions for voters and include:
- Clarification of National Guard classification for use of the form.
- Alterations to the list of states requiring additional information.
- Clarification of registration and ballot request instructions.
Form usability is an essential part of the redesign process. To help ensure the form is easy and intuitive from a voter’s perspective, please download and complete it as if you were registering to vote, requesting an absentee ballot or voting the FWAB. Provide usability comments via the links below.
To view the FPCA Federal Register Notice:
To view the Draft FPCA Form:
To view the FWAB Federal Register Notice
To view the Draft FWAB Form:
To submit comments and suggestions online: Comments and usability feedback should be submitted on the Federal eRulemarking Portal using the links above or https://www.regulations.gov by January 22, 2019.
Submit comments and usability feedback by mail at the address below by January 19, 2019:
Department of Defense
Office of the Chief Management Officer
Directorate for Oversight and Compliance
4800 Mark Center Drive, Mailbox #24 Suite 08D09
Alexandria, VA 22350-1700
Please do not send comments directly to FVAP.
International Association of Government Officials — IGO’s 2019 mid-winter conference “Educate-Elevate-Energize-Engage” theme underscores the critical importance of IGO’s ongoing commitment to its members. The opening Keynote Speaker will be Frank Kitchen and his “I LIVE FRESH!” The Five Step Recipe for Being a Difference Maker and Life Changer presentation as well as a joint workshop, “IT’S OK TO PLAY” Gaming Your Way to a Positive Culture. We will once again offer CPL educational courses, division specific education, joint education sessions, committee meetings, team building activities and business partner workshops. Where: Irvine, California. When: January 6-10, 2019
Joint Election Officials Liaison Conference (JEOLC) —The Election Center’s Joint Election Officials Liaison Conference (JEOLC) will be held in Arlington, Virginia, January 10-11, 2019. Watch this space for more details and agendas.
A Practical Guide to Risk-Limiting Audits — With the spotlight on election security, election administrators need tools to provide voters with confidence in all stages of our electoral system. Join election officials, cybersecurity experts, policy makers, and others for a practical overview of cutting-edge post-election audits, which provide statistical confidence in election outcomes. As election officials across the country continue to look for opportunities to make their systems and procedures more secure before the 2020 election, what should election officials know about risk-limiting audits? What are they? What tools are necessary? How do they work in states with different voting systems? How much do they cost? We’ll tackle these topics and more. Sponsored by Microsoft, Brennan Center For Justice, Common Cause, National Election Defense Coalition, and Verified Voting. Where: Washington, DC. When: January 31.
National Association of State Election Directors — The NASED Winter Conference will be held in Washington DC, February 1-4, 2019. Watch this space for more details about agendas and registration.
National Association of Secretaries of State — The NASS Winter Conference will be held in Washington, DC, February 1-4, 2019. Watch this space for more details about agendas and registration.
The Voting Experience: 2018 and the Future— Please save the date as the Bipartisan Policy Center and the Democracy Fund analyze key moments in election administration during the 2018 midterm elections, and look ahead to what steps can be taken to improve the voting experience for all Americans in 2020. Where: Washington, DC. When: February 14.
Election Center Special Workshop — The Election Center will hold a special workshop that will include: Course 7 (Facilitating Voter Participation); Course 8 (Implementation of New Programs); and Renewal Course 31 (Election Storytelling ). Where: Birmingham, Alabama. When: February 25-26.
Election Center Special Workshop —The Election Center will hold a special workshop that will include: Course 9 (Enfranchisement, Enhancement, Enforcement ); Course 10 (Constitution, Courts & Cases to 1965); and Renewal Course 14 (Crisis Management). Where: Virginia Beach. When: April 24-28.
International Association of Government Officials — IGO’s 2019 Annual Conference will be held in Houston, Texas, July 11-17. Watch this space for more details about agendas and registration.
National Association of Counties — NACo’s 2019 Annual Conference will be held in Clark County (Las Vegas), Nevada July 11-15, 2019. Watch this space for more details about agendas and registration.
National Association of State Election Directors — The NASED Summer Conference will be held in Austin, Texas, July 14-16, 2019. Watch this space for more details about agendas and registration.
Job Postings This Week
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Administrative Assistant, Center for Election Innovation & Research— the Administrative Assistant will work full-time and play a critical role in managing the day-to-day effectiveness of CEIR, including our program operations, finance, and human resources functions. This person will collaborate in developing and implementing systems that increase the effectiveness and efficiency of our work, supporting our ability to grow and expand our impact. This is an excellent opportunity for a motivated and detail-oriented individual who wants to make a substantial impact while gaining a broad set of experiences relevant to nonprofit leadership. The Administrative Assistant will work in the Washington, DC Metro Area, usually in CEIR’s office, although sometimes working from home may be possible. Application: For the complete job listing and to apply, click here.
Administrative Specialist III (Ballot Collection Lead), King County, Washington — King County Elections is recruiting for an Administrative Specialist III (Ballot Collection Lead) position. This position will provide logistical support for ballot collection, fleet, and warehouse tasks as well as lead processes, projects and temporary staff. With over 60 ballot drop box locations throughout King County, this is a work group that continues to grow and evolve. The workweek is typically 35 hours per week, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. This is a great opportunity for a detail oriented person with warehouse/receiving experience, data entry and strong interpersonal skills. Application: For the complete job listing and to apply, click here.
Administrative Specialist III (Elections Specialist Lead), King County, Washington — King County Elections is recruiting for two Administrative Specialist III (Elections Specialist Lead) positions in Ballot Processing and Voter Services. These positions will lead processes, projects, and people which will include leading, coaching, mentoring, and training temporary and regular staff. Leads may also provide assistance and/or participate in long-term cross-training in multiple work areas to meet organizational agile efforts. The workweek is typically 35 hours per week, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. This is a great opportunity for a customer service oriented person with strong communication and interpersonal skills. Application: For the complete job listing and to apply, click here.
Assistant Registrar, Richmond, Va.— the purpose of the class is to assist citizens in registering to vote and to assist in the election process by providing clerical assistance and customer service. The class is responsible for maintaining accurate voter registration records and for providing election information and services to candidates and the general public. The class works within a general outline of work to be performed according to set procedures under direct supervision. Salary: $24,108-$39,076. Deadline: January 20. Application: For the complete job listing and to apply, click here.
Certification Manager (Denver, CO) – Dominion Voting Systems — Dominion Voting Systems is seeking a Certification Manager to join our team in Denver, CO! This position is a cross -functional leader playing a key role in managing certification efforts for Dominion Voting products. In this role, you will act as a representative of the company with State and Federal certification officials, test labs, and other key internal and external stakeholders throughout the certification process. Application: For the complete job listing and to apply, click here.
Chief Departmental Operations, San Diego County Registrar of Voters, Voter Services Division — The County of San Diego, Registrar of Voters (ROV) invites résumés from qualified candidates for Chief, Departmental Operations to fill a vacancy in the Voter Services Division. The Chief, Departmental Operations is an unclassified management classification reporting directly to executive management and oversees a major functional area or several small programs including creating program policy and supervision of staff. This position provides leadership and oversight over the functions and activities of the Department’s Voter Services Division. The primary responsibilities are to direct the processing of voter registration affidavits; maintenance of voter registration records; verification of State and local petitions (i.e. initiative, referendum, recall and nomination); organization of call center functions; management of mail ballot program and mail ballot voter records, including preparation, mailing, verification, and processing of mail ballots; coordination with external organizations including United States Postal Service and ballot printing and mailing contractor; ensuring State and federal reporting requirements are completed; and coordination of San Diego County Employee Retirement Association Board Member Elections. The Chief, Department Operations provides leadership, supervision, and management of staff responsible for voter service activities. Application: For the complete job listing and to apply, click here.
Deputy Director, Center for Election Innovation & Research — the Deputy Director will report to the Executive Director and have a broad range of responsibilities designed to support CEIR’s mission. In this position, the Deputy Director will play an integral role in the development and execution of CEIR’s programming, strategic communications, and continued growth as an organization. This is an excellent opportunity for an experienced and highly motivated individual who wants to make a substantial, positive, nonpartisan impact on elections and American democracy. The Deputy Director’s primary workplace will be CEIR’s Washington, DC office. The Deputy Director also must be available for business travel as needed. CEIR believes that working alongside and understanding the diverse mix of people who are affected by elections and American democracy is key to achieving our mission. That’s why we’re proud to be an equal opportunity employer committed to creating a diverse, non-discriminatory work environment. We recruit, employ, train, compensate, and promote regardless of race, religion, color, national origin, sex, disability, age, veteran status, and other protected status as required by applicable law. Application: For the complete job listing and to apply, click here.
Elections Specialist-Ballot Processing, Pierce County, Washington— the Auditor’s Office is currently recruiting for an Elections Specialist position that is assigned to the Ballot Processing area. This position is located at the Pierce County Elections Center in Tacoma, WA. The typical work schedule is Monday through Friday from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm. An employee in this class is responsible for planning, organizing, directing, and evaluating the activities of an assigned election area. This is a working specialist position. Work involves planning, distributing, assigning work to accommodate work fluctuations and changes; monitoring work compiled; taking corrective action to maintain acceptable quality standards; and training election workers assigned to work in their particular areas. Specialists perform day-to-day assignments specific to their assigned area. Employees are expected to perform work in all election areas as assigned including customer service and voter registration. Salary: $29.51-$37.33/hour. Application: For the complete job listing and to apply, click here.
Elections Technician Supervisor, San Joaquin County, California — The San Joaquin County Registrar of Voter’s Office is looking to fill two vital Elections Technician Supervisor positions within the department and to create an eligible list which may be used to fill future vacancies. This is a fast-paced elections office with a vibrant staff and diverse electorate. In 2019 we anticipate installing a new voting system and upgrading many of our operations. There are three areas the Elections Technician Supervisor may be assigned: Precinct Operations, Voter Registration and Candidate Filing & Campaign Services. Application: For the complete job listing and to apply, click here.
Elections Training Administrator, Prince William County, Va.— the Elections Training Administrator role is vital to successful and smooth elections in PWC. This role will be responsible for the election training schedule, developing relevant content for Officer of Election training sessions, and conducting trainings. Candidate must be comfortable answering difficult legal questions, have experience training a range of people and have experience as a public speaker. Work is performed under general supervision of the Director of Elections / General Registrar. Salary: $55,828-$94,770. Deadline: January 10. Application: For the complete listing and to apply, click here.
Field Sales Director, Hart InterCivic — the Field Sales Director works primarily on the road and from a home office when he/she is not on business travel. The Field Sales Director is responsible for creating news sales with prospects and existing clients in a defined region. Today, this role is a single contributor and does not directly manage people. This position will report to the VP of Sales. Application: For the complete job listing and to apply, click here.
General Counsel, Campaign Legal Center— CLC’s General Counsel provides advice and guidance regarding legal issues involving the organization’s work and operations. This includes advising on best ethics practices, legal compliance with applicable laws and advising on risk management. CLC’s General Counsel will also serve as a senior litigator in the Voting Rights & Redistricting programs which engage in litigation around the country, both to ensure the constitutional implementation of existing laws and to defend new reforms against legal challenges. CLC also participates in trial and appellate cases through friend-of-the-court briefs, engages in educational efforts (such as know-your-rights trainings) and provides legislative drafting assistance to legislatures and organizations seeking to improve election law. Application: For the complete job listing and to apply, click here.
IT Security Administrator (Denver) – Dominion Voting is looking for an IT Security Administrator to join our IT team in Denver, Colorado! We are looking for a security minded individual who can perform both day-to-day technical management and maintenance of IT security programs, and who can also strategically assess and enhance the overall IT security enterprise-wide. Application: For the complete job listing and to apply, click here.
Project Manager (Austin, TX) – Hart InterCivic — Hart InterCivic is looking for a project manager to work with our Professional Services Team. The project manager oversees the deployment of voting systems and training to both existing and new Hart customers. The ideal candidate has experience in the elections industry, is PMP certified, and is motivated to achieve success for our customers with initiative. Travel up to 80 percent. Reports to the Manager of Professional Services. Application: For the complete job listing and to apply, click here.
Regional Sales Manager, Clear Ballot— The Regional Sales Manager (RSM) position will represent Clear Ballot in a designated territory to engage prospective customers, educate them on the value of partnering with Clear Ballot, and close New Business. This position is a Hunter. The RSM will be responsible for managing and growing their assigned territory and meeting quarterly and annual sales goals. Previous sales experience in high growth organizations is a plus. RSM’s will be responsible for understanding the Clear Ballot portfolio and effectively communicating the value we bring to the market. Measures of success include: high levels of sales activity, regular and consistent reporting and communication of progress, progress toward quarterly and annual quota attainment, and overcoming obstacles to get the job done. We currently have open positions in Florida and Boston. Application: For the complete job listing and to apply, click here.
Sales Engineer, Clear Ballot — Our Sales and Marketing team is looking for a seasoned, hardworking and energetic Sales Engineer with proven experience and a passion for selling technology solutions. This role is responsible for being the primary technical resource for our sales force while also actively driving and managing the technology evaluation stage of the sales process. You will be required to have an in-depth technical knowledge of Clear Ballot’s Clear Vote suite and demonstrating the product capabilities to prospective customers. The ideal candidate must also be able to identify and provide reliable solutions for all technical issues to assure complete customer satisfaction. Measures of success include new customer acquisition rates, renewal rates, upselling, cross-selling, customer satisfaction and contribution to overall sales team and new customer success Application: For the complete job listing and to apply, click here.
Senior Researcher, Public Policy Evaluation Research, Fors Marsh Group — FMG is hiring for a researcher on the Public Policy Evaluation team which serves to address public concerns and promote the quality of the community. This is done through a) articulating the public’s needs, b) conducting rigorous evaluation to assess how these needs are being met, and c) working with our clients to improve these programs and policies. This job is best suited for an individual who enjoys research, has experience leading research team, possesses excellent attention to detail, continuously strives to learn and develop, and prefers working in a cooperative environment. Application: For the complete job listing and to apply, click here.
Senior Software Developer (Toronto) – Dominion Voting is searching for an experienced and passionate Senior Software Developer to join our team in Toronto! These positions will be responsible for providing high-level technical expertise in design development, coding, testing and debugging new software or significant enhancements to existing software for our customers. You will work on a variety of our product lines and you may act as team leader on less complex projects and assists in training/mentoring less experienced software development staff. Application: For the complete job listing and to apply, click here.
Software Developer III (Toronto) – Dominion Voting is searching for an experienced and passionate Software Developer III to join our team in Toronto! These positions will be responsible for providing high-level technical expertise in design development, coding, testing and debugging new software or significant enhancements to existing software for our customers. You will work on a variety of our product lines and you may act as team leader on less complex projects and assists in training/mentoring less experienced software development staff. Application: For the complete job listing and to apply, click here.
Software Product Specialist II (Phoenix, AZ) – Dominion Voting Systems — Dominion Voting Systems is seeking a Software Product Specialist II to join our team in Phoenix, AZ! This position will be responsible for delivering a wide variety of technical and non-technical customer support services related to the implementation, operation, repair, maintenance and upgrades of Dominion Voting Systems technology products. Application: For the complete job listing and to apply, click here.
Staff Editor, Brennan Center for Justice— the Brennan Center seeks an experienced and confident Staff Editor to play a key role in our growing editorial team. The Staff Editor will work closely with the Director of Editorial Strategy in shaping the Brennan Center’s revamped online content strategy, ensuring that we respond quickly to news developments and helping to position us as a leading voice on the issues of democracy and the Constitution that are currently at the center of the national conversation. Application: For the complete job listing and to apply, click here.
System and Data Specialist, ERIC — Using independent judgment and delegated decision-making authority, the Systems and Data Specialist performs analysis, project management, trouble shooting, problem resolution, quality assurance, and documentation concerning mission-critical ERIC functions: 1) uploading of state data and data from secondary sources to ERIC; 2) delivery of timely and accurate reports to ERIC members; 3) hosting and maintenance of ERIC data; and 4) providing consistently high quality service and support to ERIC members. This position actively participates in business continuity planning, risk assessments, security reviews, and other efforts to protect ERIC’s system and data. Salary: $80K-$95K. Deadline: January 28, 2019. Application: For the complete job listing and to apply, click here.
Systems Engineer, Clear Ballot — We are looking for a talented Systems Engineer who has both a technical and services/support background which enables them to quickly assess customer needs and offer value to Clear Ballot’s customers. The Systems Engineer will gain a deep understanding of how Clear Ballot’s products operate and their optimal configuration to build a streamlined installation process of the Clear Vote election system. The ideal candidate for this position can prioritize mission critical tasks and coordinate the implementation and expansion of our systems. They will be able to work directly with customers, display innovation, think conceptually and act tactically to build consensus around system installation and enhancement and meet deadlines. Application: For the complete job listing and to apply, click here.
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