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Volunteers Needed in Cornhill

All right, here’s the plan . . .  .

Cornhill voters show up for Presidential Elections and then disappear for the next 3 years.  As someone in the County Executive’s Office just pointed out, they are not the only district that does that.  137 more words


"Universal Election Day Registration": Jimmy Carter And The Conservative Abandonment Of Voting Rights

Being a Georgian and a kiddie volunteer for Jimmy Carter’s first gubernatorial contest in 1966, I thought I was an expert on Most Things Jimmy. But Rick Perlstein, who was seven years old when Carter became our 39th president, has… 560 more words


"The Battle For Voting Rights Continues": A Non-Problem Invoked To Create A Massive New Problem Of Obstructing Legitimate Votes

Many find politics frustrating because problems that seemed to be solved in one generation crop up again years or decades later. The good thing about democracy is that there are no permanent defeats. 733 more words


Voting rights advocates applaud Wolf administration for new online voter registration in PA

Beginning today, eligible Pennsylvania residents can register to vote online at register.votespa.com

PITTSBURGH, PA – Governor Tom Wolf announced this morning that eligible Pennsylvanians can register to vote online starting today. 342 more words


Kansas judge allows suit over citizenship rule to continue

TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) – A Kansas judge is allowing two voters to continue pursuing a lawsuit challenging how Secretary of State Kris Kobach is enforcing a proof of citizenship requirement for registering. 103 more words


Am I Already Registered To Vote?

Register To Vote

To vote in Texas, you must be registered. Simply pick up a voter registration application, fill it out, and mail it at least 30 days before the election date. 154 more words

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"Your Vote Is Your Weapon": Honor Julian Bond’s Legacy By Protecting Voting Rights

The fight for voting rights was always a key cause for Julian Bond over his distinguished life.

In 1965, as communications director for the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC), Bond coordinated the group’s media response from Atlanta after SNCC Chairman John Lewis nearly died marching for voting rights on… 806 more words