Voting systems

2021

Only a Third of Republicans Think Voting Is a Fundamental Right|
What history tells us about suppressing the vote

14 GOP-Controlled States Have Passed Laws to Impede Free Elections

 2018

23 states have adopted some form of voter suppression law since 2010
The number of citizens
disenfranchised due to felony convictions has tripled, from 2 million in 1968 to 6.1 million in 2016 , including one in thirteen black adults

Essays
CAMPAIGN FINANCING
COUNTING THE VOTES RIGHT: Ways to rig an election and what's being done about it.
FUN WAYS TO STEAL ELECTIONS
THE CASE AGAINST LEGALIZED BRIBERY:
PROPORTIONAL REPRESENTATION
URBAN STATEHOOD: Why America needs more states
ELECTING AN ATTORNEY GENERAL

Media
Election Law Blog
Brad Blog
Voting Rights Watch

Groups
BALLOT INITIATVE STRATEGY CENTER
BLACK BOX VOTING
CASE AMERICA

FAIR VOTE
HONEST ELECTIONS CAMPAIGN
INITIATIVE AND REFERENDUM INSTITUTE:

NATIONAL VOTING RIGHTS INSTITUTE
OPEN VOTING FOUNDATION

PROPORTIONAL VOTING
US COUNTS VOTES
VELVET REVOLUTION

VERIFIED VOTING
VOTERS UNITE

WE DO NOT CONCEDE COALITION

MORE

The history of the electoral college
Why automatic voter registration is good
The case for multiple seats per House district
The virtue of voting by mail
Another voting problem: poll workers
Most common myths about voter registration
Some companies giving time off for voting
Scientists say American election should be counted on paper
How to steal elections
How to secure vote counts
The electoral vote fraud
Nonvoters key to Trump's win
Kids prove election hacking is easy
How to improve voter turnout
Ways to improve voting
Young lag way behind seniors is planning to go to the polls
Vote at home
California should have 12 senators
What would happen if everyone voted?
Making vote counts safer
How voter supression particularly hurts women
The healthy power of ballot initiatives
Why we need a paper trail for our ballots
End Tuesday voting
Same day registration great way to increase voting

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