Wide variations among the 50 states when it comes to the ease of casting a ballot are impacting civic participation in the United States, a 2018 study shows.
This opinion piece, by Prof. Josh Douglas of the University of Kentucky Law School, pulls together various elections reforms, including Vote at Home, being pushed by individual citizens.
Simply because electronic voting machines and voting systems aren’t connected to the internet doesn’t mean they aren’t vulnerable to attack. Time-tested paper ballots are the surest way to secure our elections.
Recent experiments in Alaska and Nebraska show vote by mail dramatically increases voter convenience, ensures the security of elections, and saves states and localities money.
This report reviews the array of election laws and practices that govern vote by mail across the states. The goal is to shed light on how voters currently approach voting at home in each state.
Vote at Home’s best practices for on how to write and implement legislation for legislators and activists who want to move from step 3, no excuse required to step 4, permanent mail ballots.