Voting decides who makes decisions in the country, it decides where the $6.27 trillion budget gets spent, and it decides when we go to war.
Voter Registration articles on Democracy Chronicles
Democracy Chronicles voter registration section is focused on every aspect of voter identification and registration. Also see our section on American democracy and our archives for Voter Access and Voter ID.
Large majorities of Americans favor three measures meant to make voting easier: early voting (78% in favor) and automatic voter registration (65%).
There are tested solutions to improve the voting system and allow millions more people to cast ballots, including those who can’t read.
A Tennessee activist was recently slammed an excessive six year jail sentence for registering to vote while on probation.
Florida voters who died from Covid-19 were lifelong Republicans who consistently voted in primaries and general elections before the virus killed them.
A Democratic supermajority void of Democratic policies is meaningless, and it’s past time to bring meaning back to state politics.
The Texas Secretary of State’s office is blaming supply chain issues for a shortage of voter registration forms in the Lone Star State.
A national voter registration form is now available in some Native American languages. This goes a long way to promote minority voting.
New state laws that tighten voting restrictions make it more difficult to vote and also harder to register to vote in the first place.
Maine has taken a significant step toward easing voting. Residents will soon be able to register to vote online through a secure gateway.