Large majorities of Americans favor three measures meant to make voting easier: early voting (78% in favor) and automatic voter registration (65%).
Democracy in America articles
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Long-running satirical publication files legal document relating to case of man who was arrested for making fun of police.
Before the Supreme Court is a legal battle over an Alabama voting rights bill that could further undermine federal voting rights law.
As showcased by the impact of the Voting Rights Act of 1965, the extension of voting rights can reduce political violence, study.
Outside spending on 2022 federal midterm elections topped $1 billion, surpassing the nearly $701.8 million during the 2018 midterms.
A largely overlooked hacking target that could help those who want to sow doubt about vote tallies in the November midterms.
The Democracy Group, a collective of 17 podcasts on democracy and civic engagement, is thrilled to announce the launch of a new initiative.
Portland, Oregon voters will decide whether to pass an initiative for single transferable voting, a form of proportional representation.
Attention has been paid to rogue election administrators, but election results can also be manipulated by infiltrating poll worker training.
Threats on election workers’ safety early on discouraged poll worker sign-ups. The reverse is occurring ahead of the 2022 midterms.