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MADISON, Wis. — Wisconsin’s Supreme Court was scheduled to hear arguments Wednesday in a case that will likely determine how extensively absentee ballot drop boxes can be used in the upcoming…
The League of Women Voters of Chattanooga announces they have registered nearly 1,200 new voters across Hamilton County high schools in recent months. The total comes as the deadline to register to…
This story was part of the "Women Rule" newsletter, where LWV CEO Virginia Kase Solomón was quoted. Originally published by Politico.
Massachusetts lawmakers weigh on making changes to voting accessibility due to COVID permanent.
HUFFINGTON POST: Kentucky May Soon Restore Voting Rights To 200,000 People With Felony Records (News Clips)
Kentucky could soon be expanding voting rights restoration to even more individuals who have been convicted of felonies.
California is considering making permanent changes to voting following historic voter turnout in the 2020 elections.
USA TODAY NETWORK: COVID-19 changed election rules in the South. Now activists see chance for reform (News Clips)
Changes to election laws due to COVID-19 creates an opportunity for election reform in some southern states.
After system crashes in Virginia and Florida, other states are warned of the possibility of glitches as registration deadlines approach.
USA TODAY: Postal Service Warns States: Some Absentee, Mail-in Ballots May Not Be Delivered in Time to Be Counted (News Clips)
The US Postal Service warns states that some absentee ballots may not be delivered.
POLITICO: Supreme Court blocks GOP bid to restore Rhode Island ballot rules waived because of virus (News Clips)
The Supreme Court of the United States blocked an attempt to stop Rhode Island officials from waiving mail-in ballot security measures due to the coronavirus pandemic.