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).

Good-Bye Electoral College? Popular vote movement gaining steam Steven Rosenfeld
Why an overlooked digital election theft controversy offers important lessons for Democrats Steven Rosenfeld
Stacey Abrams on what led to Georgia’s 2018 historic voter turnout Steven Rosenfeld
The DNC edges closer to showing how it spends the millions raised from donors Steven Rosenfeld
Dems unveil innovative rules for Democratic presidential debates Steven Rosenfeld
The online voting revolution is here — how are we going to be able to trust it? Steven Rosenfeld
Why the 2020 Iowa Democratic caucuses could become a definitive showcase for online voting Steven Rosenfeld
DNC Rules Chair: How the 2020 caucuses could change Steven Rosenfeld
Big changes are coming to Iowa’s 2020 caucuses Steven Rosenfeld
Democrats in Congress unveil ambitious plan to fix our election system Steven Rosenfeld
The GOP’s power grabs are a measure of political despair produced by the 2018 election clobbering Steven Rosenfeld
Why it could be much harder to steal the vote in swing state Pennsylvania Steven Rosenfeld
Stacey Abrams files federal lawsuit detailing Georgia’s extensive voter suppression in 2018 Steven Rosenfeld
Federal courts rule against voter suppression in Florida and Georgia Steven Rosenfeld
The Florida election recount just got very confusing Steven Rosenfeld