Steven Rosenfeld

Steven Rosenfeld is a senior writing fellow and the editor and chief correspondent of Voting Booth, a project of the Independent Media Institute. He is a national political reporter focusing on democracy issues. He has reported for nationwide public radio networks, websites, and newspapers and produced talk radio and music podcasts. He has written five books, including profiles of campaigns, voter suppression, voting rights guides and a WWII survival story currently being made into a film. His latest book is Democracy Betrayed: How Superdelegates, Redistricting, Party Insiders, and the Electoral College Rigged the 2016 Election (Hot Books, March 2018).

Why the DNC is divided over smartphone voting in the Alaska primary Steven Rosenfeld
Why over 130,000 new voting machines could lead to more distrust in U.S. elections Steven Rosenfeld
Why a local showdown over voting technology in N.C. is a harbinger for elections across the U.S. Steven Rosenfeld
Why the DNC decided to push back the virtual voting question to 2024 Steven Rosenfeld
DNC reverses course on virtual voting in 2020 Iowa and Nevada caucuses Steven Rosenfeld
Is a nationally widespread new voting system ready for the 2020 elections? Steven Rosenfeld
Tech conference presents big vulnerabilities for the 2020 elections Steven Rosenfeld
Civil rights lawyer: 20 ways Trump is copying Hitler’s early rhetoric and policies Steven Rosenfeld
Will new voting systems be ready for 2020’s early presidential contests? Steven Rosenfeld
Nevada Dems announce telephone voting in 2020 caucuses — despite reservations at the DNC Steven Rosenfeld
Iowa 2020 Democratic caucuses are one step closer to vote by phone Steven Rosenfeld
The GOP is embracing more ruthless power grabs in the face of huge political challenges Steven Rosenfeld
Phone and online voting for Democrats in the 2020 caucuses? Steven Rosenfeld
Smartphone voting is underway — inside the most radical voting system in America Steven Rosenfeld
Blockchain ballots? Pilot project in Denver will permit independent audit Steven Rosenfeld