Category: Voting

Lessons from the Primary Process

To the average American voter, the Electoral College and primary delegate voting systems are slightly mysterious. Many wonder who these people are, and think of the process as not representative and far too complicated. The good people of Maine will decide in November whether they want to become the first state in the nation to… Read more »

New Voting Rights Caucus Striving for Equal Poll Access

A new congressional caucus zeroing in on voting rights formed last week, pledging to educate the public on the various voter suppression tactics since the Supreme Court struck down key provisions of the Voting Rights Act in its 2013 Shelby v. Holder decision. The Voting Rights Caucus, co-chaired by Texas Rep. Mark Veasey, Alabama Rep. Terri Sewell and Rep…. Read more »

NY Attorney General to Investigate Following Primary

This 2016 presidential campaign continues to surprise us. However, when it came time to vote for the presidential primary election April 19, the problems that voters experienced were anything but the kind of surprise you hope you get for your birthday. The complaints are so widespread that the state attorney general has opened an investigation, starting… Read more »

Customize Your Election With Honest Ballot

Some of what we can relate to with voting includes waiting in a long line of fellow voters, standing behind the curtain, clicking buttons on an outdated machine or filling in the bubbles of a voting ballot – sound about right? What the Honest Ballot Association has done, however, allows your voting public to partake… Read more »

The Ruckus About Caucuses

Election season is here again which has a lot of people talking about debates, primaries and caucuses. Since different states have different laws when it comes to selecting a candidate, the back-and-forth can get confusing. What is important to note is that Iowa hosts a caucus and New Hampshire is always the first state to… Read more »

Push for Voting Reform Makes its Way into SotU

One of the landmarks of President Barack Obama’s final State of the Union address was a call to end the gerrymandering of congressional districts to benefit politicians. Obama called for a bipartisan group of lawmakers to draw new congressional districts in the speech, speaking in opposition to current laws in most states where legislators control… Read more »

A History of Voting Reformation

The right to vote has a very long history. What once was a strict right of the white, landowning population, it has evolved to include every person, regardless of gender and race. Let’s take a look back few of the most memorable moments in the history of voting. The 15th Amendment The ratification of 15th… Read more »

Offer Secure, Accurate Voting at Your College or Club

All professional clubs or college groups are run by a leader, and typically, that leader needs to get elected. Having each member of a group, club or organization vote is a way to ensure equality and simplicity in choosing a leader or someone in a different hierarchal role. Everybody gets to vote and everybody gets… Read more »

Renting A Voting Machine For Your Election

Renting A Voting Machine For Your Election

Much success of an election is due to the convenience provided to the voting community. Most people are coming straight from work, on a lunch break, before and after school functions, and with children in tow. It is important to let the voters know that they are placing a secured vote on time. Often times… Read more »

Give Back With Your Next Vote

Give Back With Your Next Vote

It is always a great thing when a company decides to donate some of its money to a non-profit organization. After all, if the group is doing something great for the community or group of people throughout the world, why not support them so they can keep their operation going. However, it seems now everyone… Read more »