Disability community is one of the largest groups of voters in the United States. In 2016, 16 million people with disabilities participated in the election.
Voter Access articles on Democracy Chronicles
This section of DC focuses on voter access: a vitally important aspect of democracy concerned with ease of voting and the various barriers in the way. Voter ID, Compulsory Voting and Felon Voting are just some of the hot button issues highlighted here. Also see our sections on American democracy and Money Politics.
Voter turnout in Utah vaulted from 45th in the country to 13th in the course of four years, according to the Pew Charitable Trusts.
Democrats in the state Senate are taking another step towards making it easier for New Yorkers to vote after passing a series of sweeping voter reforms.
A bill raising criminal penalties for certain election-related offenses and imposing new voting restrictions cleared a major hurdle Friday.
Ginni Thomas, the conservative activist and wife of Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, wanted to “target” the “most questionable”.
Twenty-six years ago today, President Clinton signed into law the National Voter Registration Act (NVRA) of 1993, the second piece of legislation he signed.
An analysis from three advocacy groups shows New York City’s plan for early voting in 2020 national elections is grossly inadequate .
Common Cause Indiana and others filed suit on Secretary of State Connie,members of St. Joseph County Election Board for rejecting outright absentee ballots.
We do everything online from sharing baby pictures (eating first carrots!) to finding our dream vacation, to banking. We want voting to be just as easy.
Governor Steve Sisolak has signed a bill into law that removes barriers to voting on Native American reservations and colonies.