Let's say it again: Voter fraud is not the problem
October 4, 2016
The November election will be the first in 50 years conducted without the full protection of the Voting Rights Act, a development that heightens the importance of volunteer efforts to see that every voter has convenient, unobstructed access to the ballot.
But with Election Day just five weeks away, some political leaders are stoking unfounded fears about voter fraud and recruiting volunteers bent on suppressing rather than boosting turnout.
How to Truly Protect the Vote
September 6, 2016
Election Day, every school kid learns, is the one day when we are all truly equal and when we come together to make decisions that impact the whole country.
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
In Too Many Places, the Machinery of Our Elections Is Still Broken
March 23, 2016
In Arizona, Utah and Idaho, thousands of people stood for hours in line to vote on Tuesday
Voting Online Feels Great...Until You Wake Up
March 22, 2016
Tuesday's online voting in the Utah Republican caucus is vulnerable to cyberattacks