Triumphs and Challenges for Early Voting
June 21, 2016
You’re a US citizen, you’re 18 years old or older, you’re registered and ready to vote. But what if November comes around and you have work or class on Election Day? What if you can’t wait hours in the long lines you’ve found at your precinct in the past?
California DMV Takes Important First Steps Toward Improving Voter Registration Services
May 4, 2016
The California Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) took the necessary first steps toward improving voter registration services offered online and at its 174 field offices across the state, though it still will need to address some major issues.
Updated: A Young Voter's Story of Confusion and Misinformation at the Polls
April 28, 2016
Peter Flynn, 17, a senior at Middletown High School in Middletown, CT, ran into a bureaucratic buzzsaw when he went to cast his first-ever vote on Tuesday
Tarheel Tarnish: North Carolina court strips voters of their rights
April 27, 2016
A federal judge in North Carolina showed us Monday night why the protections of the Voting Rights Act are still very much needed.
Supreme Court unanimously upholds We The People: #EveryoneCounts & Everyone Deserves Representation
April 4, 2016
This morning, the Supreme Court unanimously struck down a politically-motivated activist attempt to re-write the Constitution to exclude non-voters from political representation.