Yesterday, the Delaware Senate passed House Substitute 1 to House Bill 25, legislation that would enact same-day voter registration in Delaware in time for this year’s elections.
The Electoral Count Act of 1887 is outdated and needs reform. Unfortunately, the Electoral Count Reform and Presidential Transition Act misses the mark.
On Wednesday, July 20, U.S. Sens. Susan Collins (R-Maine) and Joe Manchin (D-W.Va.) introduced the Electoral Count Reform and Presidential Transition Act, which reforms the Electoral Count Act of 1877 (ECA).
The independent state legislature theory could give state legislatures unchecked power to run congressional elections. If adopted by the Court, who can provide a check? The answer to that question is Congress.
With the midterm elections fast approaching, now is the time to stand up in every town square and support pro-democracy candidates.
On Thursday, July 14, the North Carolina State Board of Elections (NCSBE) denied a request from the North Carolina Republican Party to allow county boards of election to accept or reject mail-in ballots based on whether a voter’s signature on their mail-in ballot matches the signature on their voter registration.
On Monday, July 11, Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf (D) signed into law a portion of the state’s new budget that includes rules for election funding.
On Tuesday, July 12, a judge in Texas declined a request to dismiss part of a consolidated lawsuit challenging multiple provisions of Texas’ suppressive voting law, Senate Bill 1.
Today, U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) and Rep. Nikema Williams (D-Ga.) introduced the Youth Voting Rights Act.
On June 23, Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D-Minn.) introduced S. 4487, also known as the Election Mail Act.