Mike Bloomberg’s voting rights plan is to prevent voter suppression on the basis of inactivity, restore felon voting rights and add more federal observers.
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.
This book explores the consequences of lowering the voting age to 16 from a global perspective.
Study on the effects of voting costs—specifically, distance to polling location—using geographic discontinuities.
Native Americans feel like they don’t count. And they might not be wrong — they are the most undercounted group on the U.S. census.
The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame former front man for Talking Heads is promoting getting out the vote during his Broadway production.
A federal court said Thursday that it will, at least temporarily, block North Carolina from requiring photo ID at the polls next year.
Key states like Wisconsin, Georgia, Ohio are now battleground for voting access as purges and absentee ballot qualifications loom ahead of 2020 elections.
Attorneys for 17 Florida residents argue they can register to vote after they finish their prison sentence, and complete parole or probation. Not so, says the Republican governor.
US Federal Gov warned state election officials Thursday it suspects Russia may focus on voter suppression as a means to interfere in 2020 presidential poll.
Members of the Florida clan of the Trump political dynasty insist Amendment 4 backers lied to get voters to approve restoring voting rights for many former felons who complete the terms of their sentences.