We take a look at the early vote totals through mid-October, and look more specifically at Florida, North Carolina, and Texas.
More voters will vote with an absentee/mail-in ballot in 2020 than ever before. But the smallest mistake can invalidate your vote. Here’s how to make sure that doesn’t happen to you.
Making a plan to vote is fairly simple — you just need to think through a few questions. Follow these prompts to get ready to vote.
Get caught up on some of the big voting rights news stories–both good and bad–from around the country.
With 50 days left until Election Day, two states have already started to do early voting, and many more are about to do the same. It’s time for us all to talk, nonstop, about voting.
A roundup of recent voting rights news from around the country.
How much would you like to see voter turnout skyrocket for the general election this November? If you’re anything like me, you want to see a landslide in the presidential election and massive turnout for state and local elections. We… Read More ›
This November, COVID19 will still be with us which is why nearly every state in the nation is expanding the ability of voters to vote with an absentee or mailed ballot. Yet Trump baselessly proclaims that mailed ballots will lead… Read More ›
Who needs some good news about voting by mail? There has been an incredible surge of states changing their election rules in response to the pandemic. Millions and millions of voters will be able to cast their votes this… Read More ›
What exactly will Republicans think about voting by mail when they’re bombarded by conflicting messages? The president keeps tweeting nonsense about voting by mail. Even though he voted by mail from Florida in their primary, he keeps framing voting by… Read More ›
With two-thirds of Americans supporting an expansion of voting by mail this election year, it’s great to see election boards move swiftly to accommodate the surging interest in voting safely from home. 34 states already allow their voters to vote… Read More ›
Oh, the power of voting locally. Since the 2016 election, left-leaning voters in Virginia have been fired up, and have been winning state legislative (and executive) seats. They made huge gains in 2017 and then finally flipped both chambers of… Read More ›
Oh, the GOP can be so predictable. They’ve made it very clear that they suppress the vote because lower turnout helps ensure that Republicans win. They have enacted thousands of voter suppression tactics all over the country and then turn… Read More ›