In Report, Florida Elections Officials Object to Mail-in Voting ID Requirements

On Tuesday, Jan. 10, a bipartisan group of 14 county elections supervisors in Florida submitted a report objecting to a proposal to enact identification requirements for mail-in voting in the state.

Kansas Supreme Court Hears Lawsuit Over Voter Suppression Law

On Wednesday, Feb. 1, the Kansas Supreme Court heard oral argument regarding an appeal in a lawsuit challenging Kansas voter suppression law H.B. 2183.

U.S. Rep. Earl Blumenauer Introduces Bill To Expand House to 585 Members

On Monday, Jan. 30, U.S. Rep. Earl Blumenauer (D-Ore.) introduced H.R. 622, the Restoring Equal and Accountable Legislators in the House (REAL House) Act.

Minnesota’s Democracy for the People Act Unpacked

Minnesota’s Democratic-Farmer-Labor Party is ready to use its new trifecta control to improve voting access, already introducing a major package of pro-voting reforms, the Democracy for the People Act.