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Illinois is part of a trend of states making automatic registration the new normal.
By vetoing automatic voter registration, Gov. Brian Sandoval rejected not only good policy but also the growing bipartisan consensus supporting the reform.
There’s already a way for voters to prove who they are at the polls. But this week, the state Senate will consider a strict law that would make it harder for many to vote.
The numbers are in: early voting works. Cuts to early voting threaten voter turnout.
They embrace new stances on critical issues facing our country, breaking with past party orthodoxy.
Automatic voter registration has made Oregon a voter registration powerhouse — and new numbers released today make the state a leader nationally.
Tomorrow, voters in 12 states head to the polls for the first time this election season. Here’s a full rundown of new voting laws in place for the first time in a presidential race on Super Tuesday.
Automatic registration would transform voting in America. Gov. Jerry Brown should sign a bill that would help get 6.6 million eligible, but unregistered, citizens on the rolls.
California’s legislature has passed a bill for automatic voter registration. Given this country’s voting rights issues, Gov. Jerry Brown should sign it.
Even as we celebrate the Act’s birthday, court battles in Texas and elsewhere illustrate that federal voting protections are weaker than they have been in half a century — and must be restored.