Vineyard committed to sticking with the program at its council meeting Wednesday night, with lower costs and a shorter campaign period factoring in.
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Marijuana revved up voter interest last year, new election policies made it easier for people to cast ballots, leading to nation’s biggest jump in midterm.
The debate over online voting—whether an electronic ballot can be sufficiently trusted—is heading into a higher orbit in Denver.
Voter ID law and manipulated legislative boundaries are among ways Native Americans’ votes are diluted in Dakotas, a U.S. House panel was told on Tuesday.
Voting machine manufacturers are increasing their Capitol Hill presence as lawmakers demand they do more to protect U.S. elections against foreign hackers.
Democrats and activists says fines paid by ex-felons asked by Rep. before getting their right to vote back is a “poll tax” reminiscent of Jim Crow laws.
2020 will mark the centennial anniversary of women achieving the right to vote. What can we learn from the suffrage movement?
The city of Denver will allow thousands of voters to cast their ballots with a smartphone application this year using a blockchain-based app called Voatz.
Some non citizens do wind up registered to vote but usually not on purpose an issue which remains a challenge for states, especially as President Trump.
Two Republican lawmakers, with the backing of the ACLU, are setting out to make it simpler for people with felony convictions to regain their right to vote.