A much-criticized database that checks if voters are registered in multiple states suspended “for the foreseeable future” pending security safeguards.
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Partly in response to a lawsuit, Wisconsin Elections Commission has directed its staff to engage lawmakers for clearer rules on when to purge voter rolls.
The Democratic primary debates are set to have presidential hopefuls pitching their vision to American voters. Here are seven questions they should answer.
A Tennessee bill restricting voter registration drives invited lawsuits which a federal judge has decided can move ahead.
Common Cause called on state lottery commissioners throughout the country to add voter registration information to the back of lottery tickets.
Governor Ron DeSantis opened the door for more election reform at an Aug. 21 Orlando press conference. That’s when he announced Florida will join the Electronic Registration Information Center.
A federal appeals court in Chicago today upheld a trial court ruling temporarily preventing the state of Indiana from implementing a 2017 law.
Daniel Block takes a look at the growing maze of student voting restrictions that America’s learners, particularly in Texas, go through to cast a ballot.
Rights groups sue State over new law that puts Tennessee voter registration drives at risk. News on this front comes from Sam Levine’s article in HuffPost.
Governor Janet Mills signed a bill into law yesterday making Maine the 16th state to adopt automatic voter registration (AVR).