Chicago Public Radio has a fun series of reports titled Curious City. The premise of the series is that listeners submit Chicago-related questions (e.g., what’s with 16 inch softballs?) and they go out to find the answer. Some of their questions have an operational bent, although “how do they clean The Bean?” or “how do the reversible express lanes on the Kennedy work?” have seemed a little too Chicago-centric to write about here.
But this past week they hit on a question that has relevance across the country: What are elections authorities doing to protect voting?