Category: Youth Voting

Youth Preregistration Bill Passes in Utah

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Utah Prereg Bill

A new law in Utah will allow citizens aged 16 or 17 the opportunity to preregister to vote. Read more

Indiana Election Bill Could be Confusing for Students

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An omnibus election bill that is moving through the Indiana legislature could pose a risk of intimidating student voters. Read more

What Kind of Year Has It Been for Election Laws?

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WASHINGTON, DC — With Americans heading to the polls in just four weeks, a new report from voting rights group... Read more

Make Voting EASY

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Recently, five forward-looking members of Congress introduced the “Equal Access to Support Youth Voting Act” or “EASY” (H.R. 5144). It... Read more

Study: Voter Suppression Law Most Affects Black Voters

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North Carolina’s monster voter suppression law disproportionately affects Black voters’ access to the ballot, according to a new study by... Read more

Ballot Access Bill Passes Massachusetts Senate

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The Massachusetts Senate overwhelmingly approved an omnibus election bill that would improve access to the ballot yesterday. Read more

Voter ID and Same-Day Registration Laws Affect Youth Participation, Says Report

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A new report by the Center for Information and Research on Civic Learning and Engagement examines challenges to youth voter... Read more

Project Vote Statement on North Carolina Voter Suppression Bill

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Today, the Rules Committee of the North Carolina Senate is considering a new version of HB 589, an omnibus election... Read more

Voter Turnout Dropped Among Young Californians in 2012

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More than two million voting eligible Californians between the ages of 18 to 24 failed to vote in the 2012... Read more

State Lawmakers Propose to Start Engaging Voters in High School

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Voter preregistration programs that allow citizens as young as the age of 16 to preregister to vote provide a great... Read more