The coronavirus is having varying impact on elections. One way this is happening is that it is making voter registration more difficult ahead of 2020 polls.
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Democrats say they want to ease the voting process while Republicans say they are fighting fraud. Trump and the RNC are putting millions in lawsuits.
77,744 ballots in three states gave the White House to Donald Trump so states are fighting over rules that determine if millions of Americans get to vote.
A coalition of U.S. companies representing more than 2 million workers has come together for a nonpartisan movement called Time to Vote.
The GOP has a track record of making voting hard. Some Republicans believe this is proper. Now this push is affecting students in some states.
Former First Lady Michelle Obama leads the pack in a series of throwback prom photos to encourage voter registration among young people.
Stacey Abrams lost the 2018 Georgia gubernatorial but fights for voter turnout. She’s asked blacks to ‘overwhelm the system’ to thwart voter suppression.
Many people are still disillusioned with voting or face barriers… So if you want to take action before the 2020 election, now is the time to start.
Ahead of the last presidential election major topics for officials were voter registration, identity theft and ballot design. This year it’s security.
Who should be counted when Missouri’s 197 legislative districts are redrawn: everyone who lives in the state or only citizens old enough to vote?