Reading Time: 4 minutes Voting twice is illegal, but most states offer provisional voting so voters can cast a ballot as a fail-safe measure to make sure their vote is counted.
Reading Time: 4 minutes There are several ways to register to vote, but do you know what the rules are in your state?
Reading Time: 3 minutes Cuts in the US Postal Service could have an impact on voting by mail, but that’s not the only obstacle to making certain that absentee ballots get counted.
Reading Time: 7 minutes Donald Trump’s campaign against voting by mail leaves voters a stark choice: risk catching COVID-19 or face four more years with Trump.
Reading Time: 4 minutes Black women are still fighting for the right to vote 100 years after the ratification of the 19th Amendment.
Reading Time: 2 minutes Hundreds of users complained when a Trump campaign ad automatically appeared when they went on YouTube to watch the Democratic National Convention. Sound from the Trump ad made it impossible to hear the sound from the convention. YouTube said that it resulted from a bug in the system.
Reading Time: 4 minutes We live in a two-party electoral system, with each side more opposed to compromise than ever before. What if we could rank more than one candidate and end the gridlock?
Reading Time: 4 minutes Local election offices are preparing for a contentious November election but may not have enough staff or money to handle an expected surge of mail ballots.
Reading Time: 5 minutes As the coronavirus spreads across the United States, vote-by-mail is growing in importance as a protection for both voters and election workers.
Reading Time: 4 minutes COVID-19 has created new interest in voting by mail, but there is another way to protect yourself and avoid long lines on Election Day. That is: in-person early voting.