Steven Rosenfeld is the Voting and Elections editor of the Observatory and the editor and chief correspondent of Voting Booth, a project of the Independent Media Institute. He has reported for National Public Radio, Marketplace, and Christian Science Monitor Radio, as well as a wide range of progressive publications including Salon, AlterNet, the American Prospect, and many others. He has written or co-authored six books on election topics, including the 2021 oral history “The Georgia Way: How to Win Elections” and “Voting Systems: How They Work, Vulnerabilities, and Mitigation” (2022).
“Voting Systems: How They Work, Vulnerabilities, and Mitigation” by Duncan A. Buell and Steven Rosenfeld. October 5, 2022. Produced in partnership with the Independent Media Institute’s Observatory and IMI’s Voting Booth project.
“The Georgia Way: How to Win Elections” by Ray McClendon, Gloria Tinubu, Steven Rosenfeld, and Mike Hersh. Produced in partnership with the Independent Media Institute’s Voting Booth project, the Center for Common Ground, and the Lift Every Voice for Democracy Foundation, 2021.
Steven Rosenfeld discusses elections in Georgia on the Laura Flanders Show (PBS).
Steven Rosenfeld discusses the spate of new election-meddling laws proposed in Arizona.
Janine Jackson interviewed Voting Booth’s Steven Rosenfeld about the Arizona audit.