Category: Maine

New Guides to Helping Citizens Register to Vote

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Project Vote has released new guides to voter registration laws for several states. Project Vote developed these guides on behalf of our... Read more

When Election Officers Create Hurdles to Voting

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What do the Secretaries of State from Colorado, Kansas, Maine and New Mexico have in common? They have all tried... Read more

Lawmakers Fight Back Against Maine Voters

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Last Tuesday, three out of five Mainers voted against the state Legislature’s move to restrict access to the ballot. In... Read more

Voters Speak Up on Voting Rights Restrictions

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The battle over voting rights reached a new peak yesterday, when voters in Maine and Mississippi voted on controversial measures... Read more

Weekly Voting Rights News Roundup

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Voting rights victories abound this week! On a national level, the cornerstone Voting Rights Act of 1965 was upheld by... Read more

Student Voter Fraud Probe Finds No Evidence of Illegal Voting

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A two-month long voter fraud investigation in Maine concludes with no evidence of illegal voting by the 206 students that... Read more

Voting Rights News Roundup

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Election season is already underway with the nation talking about the state of voting rights. The War on Voting that... Read more

Younger Teens Can Register to Vote in Some States Too

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The 2012 election season is already beginning to heat up and with that, we can expect more citizens to register to... Read more

Thousands of Mainers Support Election Day Registration

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About 68,000 Mainers signed a petition to reinstate a 38-year-old election policy that has been credited for putting Maine on... Read more

Election Reform Used to Attack Access to the Ballot

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Georgia Logothetis at Daily Kos writes how state lawmakers are “Using Election Reform to Decrease Turnout,” including laws to tighten... Read more