Voting

Nursing home wins appeal in voting ballot case

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A Pennsylvania nursing home has scored a victory for 14 of its residents, whose ballots were tossed in a Nov. 5 election.

Nursing home residents use iPad to vote in House primary election

Nursing home residents in five Oregon counties voted in a Congressional special primary election Tuesday via iPad tablet notebooks, thanks to a small pilot program.

The votes are in: Researchers find mobile polling helps nursing home residents during election season

Mobile polling, in which election officials bring ballots to nursing home residents and assist with voting, is better than current voting methods for individuals in long-term care, according to a new study.

More election officials need training on voting practices in long-term care facilities, GAO finds

States can do more to improve the integrity of the voting process in long-term care facilities, according to a new report by the Government Accountability Office.

GAO: Elderly, disabled voters still confront access problems

GAO: Elderly, disabled voters still confront access problems

The Department of Justice should do more to ensure that elderly and disabled individuals have voting access, a recently released report found.