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Licensed to Vote

Licensed to Vote

The process of registering to vote is something many people like to avoid, much like going to the DMV. Well now, the state of Oregon has passed a law connecting both of those together for this first time in any US state. Gov. Kate Brown has signed that legislation which will cause anyone with an… Continue Reading

Using An Online Voting System

Using An Online Voting System

For upcoming elections, polling sites can become quite a hectic atmosphere. With hundreds of people stopping in at various times of day, looking to cast their votes so they can continue about their day, you really need to install a smooth operation for running the booths. If you are finding it difficult to accommodate voters… Continue Reading

One of the Lowest Voter Turnouts in History

Voter turnout has been on the decline over the last few years. Various reasons and factors are affecting election turnout and why voters aren’t showing up to the polls; candidate appeal, voter ID restrictions and laws, political party struggles… The list goes on. But in a data report by compiled by Michael McDonald of the… Continue Reading

Voters Report Issues as New Rules Go Into Effect

Voters Report Issues as New Rules Go Into Effect

As your right as an American, all you want to do is go out and vote. But with recent changes in legislation and rules for voting, it seems that voters in certain states are struggling to do just that, vote. Voters in Georgia weren’t even sure that if their registrations had been processed, Texas voters… Continue Reading

Significant Presidential Elections

Significant Presidential Elections

Presidential elections have always had major significance in our society. But there are certain elections that stand out as unique; either with the victor, the way he got elected, or by some other situation which creates a type of particular significance in American history.   In 1800, the entire process of the Electoral College was… Continue Reading

Voting Machine Lockup in NY

Someone trying to impersonate an official in the Board of Elections sent phone calls to voters, in order for them to vote against the restructuring of the town board in the city of Ramapo. After the suspicious phone calls occurred, a judge ordered the voting machines to be impounded and locked up until if and… Continue Reading