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Bite the Ballot - Engaging the Youth Vote

Bite the Ballot is a politically neutral, not for profit, organisation that aims to empower young people in the months ahead of the general election next May. 542 more words

2015 General Election

The Daily Dec - Nov.14, 2014

Jury awards Tacony dungeon victim $45 million

Julie Shaw, Daily News

- A jury yesterday awarded $45 million to Tamara Breeden, one of four mentally disabled victims rescued from a squalid Tacony dungeon in 2011, after hearing evidence that she had been kidnapped, starved, beaten and prostituted for 10 years. 287 more words

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The Root: Abolish Voter Registration! (Make It Automatic for the People)

Today for The Root I counter that whole “two thirds of eligible voters did not vote in the last election” stuff with a solution to improve turnout. 325 more words

Bishop of Coventry highlights Church in Wales support for engagement with young voters

On 11th November 2014, the Bishop of Coventry, the Rt Revd Christopher Cocksworth, took part in the the Report Stage of the Government’s Wales Bill. At the request of the Archbishop of Wales, the bishop spoke on behalf of him and the Church in Wales in support of amendments to ensure that electoral registration officers upheld their obligation to engage and support 16- and 17-year olds to ensure they are on the electoral register, and encourage them to vote. 367 more words


"The GOP Won't Stop Suppressing Our Votes": Access To The Ballot Has Become A Feverishly Partisan Issue

For me, voting rights aren’t a partisan matter. They are a fundamental right that all adult citizens should enjoy without restriction. I don’t even think there should be such a thing as “getting out the vote” because I think all citizens should be required to participate, even if it is just to express their lack of endorsement for any candidates, initiatives, or referendums. 276 more words



INEC employed crude methods for PVC distribution –Momodu

Prominent Nigerians have begun recounting their frustration with the ongoing distribution of the permanent voter cards by the Independent National Electoral Commission. 684 more words


Democrats, still the majority, lose share in Marshall County to independents

By Tyler Mertins

(Part of a series on the increasing presence of independent voters in West Virginia’s political landscape)

For the first time in recent history, Marshall County’s voter breakdown isn’t a Democrat simple majority, but this doesn’t mean Republicans are now in control. 199 more words

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