Ohio Shows Why We Need Voting Reform (Rolling Stone): “Why the haphazard suspension of the Buckeye State’s primary elections to protect against the coronavirus should be a warning to us all”
An Urgent Call to Make Voting Simpler and Fairer: “The Safest Way to Vote Is From Your Home” (Mother Jones): “Mother Jones’ voting rights reporter Ari Berman explains how states can ensure fair elections amid the coronavirus outbreak.”
Why vote-by-mail may not save our elections from the virus’ disruption (Politico): “Two lawmakers have proposed expanding mail-in voting to address health concerns. But that would inject new risks into an already unsettled election.”
Blocked From The Ballot: Meet Jack Vaile, Who Has Cerebral Palsy (NPR): “Most Americans earn the right to vote at 18. But Jack Vaile, who has cerebral palsy, was stripped of his right to vote at 18, when his father, Lou, became his guardian and conservator under California state law.”
Opinion: Voting Rights for Felons? Thanks, But No Thanks (Crime Report): “I was ineligible to participate in this month’s Washington state primary, which took place on March 10, because I am a convicted felon who is fresh out of the penitentiary. But to be frank, I wasn’t concerned. I can care less about voting.”
Election Security: How To Improve The Safety And Accountability Of Online Voting (Forbes)
Opinion: Want to drive voter turnout in 2020? Stop arresting people (The Appeal)
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