Kentucky’s Gov. signed a bill Wednesday extending early voting, a rare example of bipartisan unity in the heart of Trump country.
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 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.
Kentucky’s legislature passed bipartisan voting rights legislation 91-3 on Monday, which makes early voting permanent in the state.
Progressives argue New Jersey’s democracy is shattered when a small number of people decide who the party-backed candidates are.
Georgia activists are piling pressure on companies to come out against Republican-led efforts to restrict early and mail-in voting.
GOP lawmakers in NH aim to restrict student voting, tighten voter ID requirements while blocking early voting, mail balloting.
Indiana is one of seven states that allows people 65+ to vote by mail ballot (without excuse), but does not allow younger voters to do so.
There is the amplification of false claims of fraud by conservative news sites. A new Harvard study describes it as a “propaganda feedback loop”.
Early voting is well-underway with millions of Americans turning up at polls. Early analysis shows a huge turnout by democrats.
There are worries over millions of votes not being counted if they are cast late. This has prompted millions of voters into early voting.