Despite challenges, election administrators are ready to ensure secure polls, showing resilience and commitment to a fair democratic process.
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Ahead of the 2024 Republican primary, loyalty to Trump persists amidst democracy’s challenges. Vigilance in the justice system is vital for upcoming events.
Today, voters in Ohio will go to the polls to deliberate on a change to the state’s referendum law.
A North Carolina court ruled that courts don’t have the ability to determine if a political map is legal, giving legislators a free pass.
Lawmakers stymied an attempted revival of legislation that would raise the signature threshold for third-party and independent candidates.
The United States of America is preparing for its presidential elections come 2024 and election officials are gearing up to prevent a crisis.
To protect ballot initiatives from continuous opposition, one needs robust endurance and tenacity akin to Schwarzenegger’s.
New Mexico’s legislature has restored voting rights to those on probation, improve access for Native voters, and automate registration.
“Protecting democracy” was the top issue listed by voters as an “extremely important” reason they decided to vote in the 2022 election.
The Supreme Court’s Dec. 7 argument in Moore v. Harper offered some encouraging signs it would back the “independent state legislature theory”.