Voter registration activities play a crucial role in US democracy which includes sanitary measures for voters. This comes in handy during coronavirus.
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.
The coronavirus has complicated the electoral landscape as America heads to polls in November. It has affected voter access in particular.
The coronavirus has had a negative impact on voter registration. Democrats are set to lose out as a result. But they are not the only ones to make losses.
Low voter registration due to coronavirus is likely to affect sections of the electorate little favourable to the GOP but that could have high turnout.
In an excerpt from her unfinished, unpublished memoir, Ruth Carter-Lynch discusses the time of Martin Luther King Jr. and fellow Civil Rights leaders.
A voter initiative led by Michelle Obama announced support Monday for making it easier for people to register to vote and cast ballots during coronavirus.
Let America Vote (LAV) fights against voter suppression. It exclusively informed The Hill of its initiative to protect voters during coronavirus.
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.
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.