On Wednesday, Feb. 1, the Florida Department of State submitted a report to the Florida Legislature recommending legislative proposals to update the mail-in voting process.
On Thursday, Feb. 2, the Missouri House passed a proposal to raise the threshold for constitutional amendments to 60%.
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.
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.
On Thursday, Jan. 26, the Virginia House of Delegates passed several election bills, including two that would ban drop boxes in the state and cut the early in-person voting period.
On Monday, Jan. 30, Republicans on the Idaho House State Affairs Committee introduced a bill to remove student ID cards from the list of acceptable identification to vote, as well as the option to submit a personal affidavit if a voter lacks other ID.
On Friday, Jan. 27, New Mexico Democrats introduced House Bill 4, the New Mexico Voting Rights Act, an omnibus pro-voting bill that floundered last year.
On Monday, Jan. 23, the Pennsylvania Election Law Advisory Board (ELAB) released an interim report recommending updates to Act 77, Pennsylvania’s mail-in voting law.
As of Friday, Jan. 20, Massachusetts lawmakers have introduced several proposals to end felony disenfranchisement through a state constitutional amendment.
As of Friday, Jan. 20, Connecticut lawmakers have introduced at least six bills outlining an early in-person voting process for the state, one of only four without the option.
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