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.
As of Wednesday, Jan. 18, Arizona Republicans have introduced at least four extreme proposals to seriously curtail or fully repeal early and/or mail-in voting in the Grand Canyon State.
On Monday, Jan. 9, Florida state Rep. Joel Rudman (R) introduced House Joint Resolution 131, a proposed amendment that would allow Florida voters to recall all elected county officials in the state, including supervisors of elections.
Ohio Republicans’ House Bill 458 is the first major voter suppression law to be enacted after the 2022 midterms. Here, we unpack exactly what this law will do and how it will impact Ohio voters.
Just one week into 2023 legislative sessions, Republican lawmakers across the country are looking to curtail the ballot initiative process, which allows citizens to directly affect policy change by voting on proposals to change state laws and state constitutions.
On Thursday, Jan. 12, Sen. Tom Cotton (R-Ark.) and Rep. James Comer (R-Ky.) announced legislation to overturn a Washington, D.C. Council law to allow noncitizen legal residents to vote in local elections.
On Wednesday, Jan. 11, the Pennsylvania Senate passed Senate Bill 1, a package of proposed amendments to the state constitution.
On Monday, Jan. 9, New York Democrats announced that they were moving several pro-voting reforms through the state Senate.
On Friday, Jan. 6, Pennsylvania Senate Republicans introduced Senate Bill 1, a bill proposing an amendment to the Pennsylvania Constitution that would require all voters to prove their identity before voting.