Category: Voter Participation

The Promise of Democracy

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Every now and again, we find hard evidence that voter turnout really, truly matters... Read more

The Right to Vote Needs Defenders in High Places

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What does the secretary of state do, exactly? No, not John Kerry: the secretaries of state of the STATES. Well,... Read more

Highlights of 2014

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Now that 2014 has come to a close, we’re looking back at what an eventful year it was! From our... Read more

Voter Suppression is a Monster in the Dark

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Here’s a Halloween scare for you: what if they held an election, and no one came? Read more

What am I fighting for?

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Another election year is upon us, and we are in the throes of finding the funds we need to get... Read more

WaPo: Politicians Have to Stop Making Voting Harder

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Pro-voting recommendations from the President’s election commission are getting a lot of attention and for good reason. The commission was... Read more

New Book Highlights the Dangers of Representational Bias

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Project Vote’s mission has always been to increase voter participation among underrepresented groups, and ensure that the American electorate truly... Read more

Will Section 5 Survive the Supreme Court?

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Anyone who cares about voting rights is watching the Supreme Court today, as it hears a case about Section 5... Read more

Early Voting Hours Stay in Five Florida Counties; Go Strong in Other States

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Early voting has proven popular in recent elections and as a result, lawmakers have attempted to reduce its power at... Read more

New Census Report Shows Voter Participation Trends in U.S.

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Recent U.S. census data, culled from a survey of 50,000 households, underscores a lot of the patterns that election-watchers have... Read more