In a new memo, the Justice Department cautioned states that allowing ballots to be mishandled can be illegal under federal law.
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After Georgia GOP passed a restrictive voting law in March, Dems began doing the math and now unable to pass the HR1, fear catastrophe.
The GOP controls the majority of state legislatures, and it’s using that power to try to shift the country’s fortunes by suppressing votes.
GOP candidate for Ohio Senate seat, J. D. Vance, argues that America’s childless left is why parents should have more voting power.
A recent nationwide study by Public Agenda, shows that the majority of Americans believe democracy is facing serious challenges.
Maine has taken a significant step toward easing voting. Residents will soon be able to register to vote online through a secure gateway.
A new report by the liberal-leaning Brennan Center for Justice shows that 18 states have passed 30 new bills making it harder to vote.
Election officials recently took part in a tabletop election security exercise with private-sector partners to share best practices.
Pennsylvania politicians have begun the process of redistricting, which will have major impact on voters and who they elect to Congress.
During the 116th Congress, telecom giants spent $234 million to ensure that US broadband remained patchy, shoddy, and overpriced.