A controversial bill surrounding the administration of elections isn’t sitting well with those who fought to have early voting on college campuses.
Early Voting articles on Democracy Chronicles
This section has the latest DC news on early voting. Early voting is a process where people vote on days prior to an election. It can take place remotely, or in person, usually in designated early voting polling stations. Also see our section on American democracy and our section on Voter Access or the Internet and Voting.
An analysis from three advocacy groups shows New York City’s plan for early voting in 2020 national elections is grossly inadequate .
Majority of the House voted Wednesday night for a resolution authorizing a referendum on amending the Connecticut Constitution to permit early voting.
Lawmakers advanced a proposal on Tuesday that would amend the state constitution of Connecticut to allow early voting and no-excuse absentee voting.
Implementing cost of electronic poll books for New York City, is more than $145 million, and for 57 counties outside NYC making amount to $175m statewide.
New York State’s preeminent nonpartisan good government group released a report today outlining the cost to the State of recently passed election reforms.
South Dakota legislature looking to amend how early voting is conducted. House Bill 1178 would lower the early voting period from 46 days down to 14.
New Jersey Democrat Gov. Philip D. Murphy, is pursuing series of bills that would significantly expand access to ballot for hundreds of thousands of voters.
We keep conceding to the criminal Republican agenda of rigging elections through voter suppression and a litany of illusory tactics tied to false voter fraud claims. In North Carolina, another election scandal has erupted.
Wisconsin Gov. Scott signed a sweeping package of Republican legislation to restricts early voting, weakens incoming Democratic Gov. and attorney general.