If President Trump and Republicans really want to make sure that we have integrity in our elections and make sure voter fraud is not a problem, they would invest in new technology for voting machines.
The recent move has historic influence as Arizona has been, since its inception into the Union, the most active state when it comes to ballot initiatives. Arizona’s first ballot initiative was in 1912.
As a nation that prides itself on being up to date on the latest technology and software, the United States is failing terribly behind in one major category, working voting machines on election days.
In an effort to help fight against voter suppression and the strict voter ID laws, cell phone company Boost Mobile has been trying to figure out ways to help combat racial and class inequality in voting.
Following numerous claims by members of the Republican Party that the election system is “rigged”, there have been numerous studies released that have debunked those claims.
If redistricting is done to restrict a person and or group’s voting rights and participation then it should be able to be challenged by properly designed processes. This doesn’t seem the case today.
In an effort to get more young people involved in the democratic process, many states are attempting lowering the voting age to 17 to get young people active.
President Erdogan should rethink this piece of legislation as history has shown us that authoritarianism often leads to a violent and chaotic, and a distrustful society that pits people against each other.
Twitter and Facebook should come up with programs that allow users to easily find out which other users are fake and which ones are real. This is the only way to display an accurate statistic as to how popular the candidates actually are
Despite public opinion, a vitally important reform that needs to be addressed regards campaign finance. With only days to go, the money politics crisis has simply not been given the attention it deserves.