Majority of Africans believe democracy remains the best form of government and free, fair and multiparty elections remain the ideal way to choose leaders.
Voter Turnout articles on Democracy Chronicles
Voter turnout is about the percentage of eligible voters who cast a ballot in an election and can be based on who is eligible to vote, something that varies by country. Also see our section on American democracy and our articles on Voter Suppression or Voter Access.
Despite growing inequality worldwide, ordinary people have three specific, significant and actionable forms of equalizing power: time, one vote and numbers.
Number of Americans with physical or mental disabilities who turned out to vote surged in the 2018 midterm elections, they still lagged far behind turnout.
Zev Dickstein Shapiro, a 17-year-old social entrepreneur from Cambridge, Massachusetts, is revolutionizing the social media game.
Advocates are hoping to register more Texans with disabilities ahead of constitutional amendment election in November and presidential primaries next year.
Why do people decide not to vote? New research published in the journal Nature Human Behaviour provides evidence that lack of sleep may play a role.
Billie Eilish is teaming up with Head Count, a non-partisan organization working with musicians to get people registered to vote.
Nonprofits helped boost voter turnout by 11 percentage points during the 2018 elections, report from voting patterns in seven states by Nonprofit Vote.
Lawmakers are looking for ways to address poor voter turnout and concerns that too many voters feel like their votes don’t matter.
O’Rourke has unveiled a voting rights proposal he says can increase voter registration by 50 million and raise nationwide voter turnout to 65%.