Large majorities of Americans favor three measures meant to make voting easier: early voting (78% in favor) and automatic voter registration (65%).
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.
The South Carolina House Republicans teamed up with their Democratic counterparts to strengthen early voting in the state.
The Arizona Republican Party is attempting to eliminate early voting in the state, which is favoured by more than 80% of state citizens.
Although Democrats and Republicans often disagree on election reform, there are still certain aspects that they can both agree with.
Democrats in the Louisiana legislature have presented a new bill that would enhance early voting in presidential elections in the state.
This legislative session, Massachusetts is poised to make permanent the pandemic-motivated mail-in and early voting procedures.
After Trump pushed the big lie in last year’s election, Republican voters are voicing fresh doubts about absentee and early voting.
Arkansas State Senate approved a bill on Thursday night that would eliminate one of the state’s most famous early voting days.
Kentucky’s Gov. signed a bill Wednesday extending early voting, a rare example of bipartisan unity in the heart of Trump country.
The Senate of the state of Texas passed S.B.7 March 7, 2021. If promulgated, the new law will severely restrict voter access in Texas.