Nine reasons why voting in the primaries shapes elections.
July 2020: Special Elections and Primaries
Is it Tuesday? Well then, there’s probably an election happening somewhere in America. Do you want to help boost turnout in 2020 and help to increase awareness of elections? If so, please vote if there is an election happening in… Read More ›
Elections in October 2019
If it’s a Tuesday, there is an excellent chance that an election is happening somewhere in the country. Democratic enthusiasm has not been quite as high as in 2018, so I encourage you to help promote these elections wherever you… Read More ›
2019 Elections: The State Legislatures
Long before we have the 2020 election, we have more work to do to flip seats this year. We’ve already looked at the 2019 governor elections, so today we’re going to look at the four states that have elections for… Read More ›
15 States Trying to Expand Voting Rights in 2019
Republicans are doing everything in their power to make voting as difficult as possible. The gutting of the Voting Rights Act of 1965 a few years ago doesn’t help. That said, there are other remedies and it is really important… Read More ›
What’s Up With the 13 Midterm Races Too Close to Call?
Although we all want to see the results of the hotly contested midterms right away, I think we can all agree that we’d prefer that every vote gets counted, right? Here is where 13 of the biggest races stand as… Read More ›
June 5 Primaries Recap: The News You Missed
It’s not easy to keep up with 8 primaries happening all at once. Now that most of the votes have been counted, here’s a quick review at what happened in the (Democratic) primaries, what questions got answered, and what you… Read More ›
New Jersey 6/5 Primary: At a Glance
New Jersey has its statewide primary election on Tuesday, June 5. Here you’ll find resources for voters and a quick overview of politics in the state for context. There are also a few key races noted, with the names of… Read More ›
Voting Rights: Who Could Get Automatic Voter Registration Next?
This week New Jersey passed and signed their Automatic Voter Registration bill, making them the 11th state to do so. The first to do so was Oregon in 2015, and voting rights activists have been making a lot of headway… Read More ›
When is Your State’s 2018 Primary?
(Revised to reflect new primary dates for NY) In November 2018, Americans will go to the polls to vote for thousands of elected positions. Which positions? Every seat in the U.S. House of Representatives, 33 U.S. Senators, 36 Governors, thousands… Read More ›