League of Womens Voters Organizing Otero County Candidate Forums
The Otero Unit of the League of Women Voters of Southern New Mexico (LWVSNM/Otero Unit) will host three candidate forums within Otero County specific to the upcoming municipal elections. The forums are two in Tularosa and one in Alamogordo, in advance of the Nov. 7 local elections.
Celebrate Democracy: Voter Registration Day in the US
Voting is a sacred honor and duty for American citizens. National Voter Registration Day for 2023 was on Tuesday, September 19. It is observed on a Tuesday in September as a nonpartisan civic holiday to celebrate democracy and gain awareness of voter registration opportunities.
How Our Age Influences How We Vote
Age can have a significant influence on how individuals vote, as people from different age groups often have distinct life experiences, values, and priorities that shape their political preferences.
Alabama's Grassroots Fight for Fair Voting Maps
Alabama's recent federal court decision to reject the state's proposed congressional maps for the second time has brought jubilation to grassroots voting rights groups like the United Women of Color and the Ordinary People Society. These organizations have long championed fair representation for voters of color and see this decision as a critical milestone in their ongoing struggle.
How Race Can Influence How People Vote
Does Race and Ethnicity Play a Significant Role in How People Vote?. People from different racial and ethnic backgrounds often have unique historical experiences, cultural identities, and perspectives that shape their political preferences. Here are some ways in which race can influence voting behavior:
Voting Catastrophe: Investigation Finds Serious Errors in Monmouth County Elections
Double votes, buggy software, and the wrong candidate declared a winner; by all accounts, the November 2022 Monmouth County elections were an unmitigated disaster, and the full details have only recently come to light.
Impeachment Threats for Justice Protasiewicz
The Wisconsin Republican party really isn't pleased with State Supreme Court Justice Janet Protasiewicz. After a Supreme Court ruling required the state to fix their gerrymandered maps, GOP politicians have started to look toward impeaching Justice Protasiewicz.
Update your iPhone ASAP, and the latest on Ohio's congressional districts | Today's Cleveland News
Update your iPhone ASAP to fix a big security flaw. Apple released a significant security update for iPhones and iPads on Thursday to patch newly discovered security vulnerabilities in the system software. Here's what you need to know.
Judge Strikes Down Florida Congressional Map, Orders New One
In a notable turn of events, a judge has rendered a verdict that may have serious ramifications for Florida's congressional zones. This ruling arises from Governor Ron DeSantis' endeavor to modify the state's congressional diagram, particularly within the North Florida region. Those remodeled districts have been deemed unconstitutional by the court, resulting in a directive for the Republican-dominated Legislature to fashion fresh boundaries.
Monmouth County Election Flaws Exposed
Attorney General Matthew J. Platkin and the Division on Civil Rights release comprehensive reports detailing 2022 election miscounts in Monmouth County and recommend procedures for future elections.
Trump May Be Left Off Michigan Ballot
Election season is starting to heat up. Republicans are having debates trying to find the next front runner. Former President is fundraising and looking to try and run again, despite several state and federal indictments.
Federal Judges Rule Alabama's Republican Congressional Map Unlawfully Dilutes Black Voting Power
In a significant legal development, a panel of federal judges ruled on Tuesday that Alabama's Republican-drawn congressional map unlawfully diminishes the voting influence of Black residents, potentially bolstering Democrats' prospects for reclaiming a majority in the U.S. House during the 2024 election.
BREAKING: Ron DeSantis District Remapping Found Unconstitutional!
BREAKING: Ron DeSantis District Remapping Found Unconstitutional! . . . #rondesantis #desantis #politics #florida #constitution #usconstitution #rondesantis2024 #desantis2024 #governor #republican #racism
Florida’s Contentious Gerrymandering Case Could Change the Political Landscape
A Florida voting rights case is headed to the courts in the Florida capitol in Tallahassee and the case could massively change the political landscape, both in Florida and America at large. The redistricting case in question pertains to the rights of Black voters and the power of the state government to redraw political maps.
Largest Ever Black Survey Reveals Top 3 Issues Plaguing the Community and How to Move Forward
With Election Day right around the corner, some organizations are scrambling to better understand and engage Black voters. According to the Black Futures Lab, they have achieved a landmark milestone with the Black Census Project, which has gathered 130,000 responses from Black people nationwide. The study will continue until October.
Georgia Secretary of State encourages FoCo residents to check voting status
(Forsyth County, GA) Forsyth County voters who have not voted in five or more years may receive a letter from the Georgia Secretary of State office soon. As part of an effort to maintain an updated list of voters, the Secretary of State recently mailed notices to Forsyth County residents who have not been in contact with the Forsyth County Voter Registrations & Elections Department for five years or longer.
Can Trump Even Run for President? Here Are the Reasons For His Disqualification
In recent times, the question of whether former President Donald Trump can run for president again has become a subject of intense debate. A new study has delved into this matter, examining the legal and constitutional aspects that may influence his eligibility for a second presidential term. Let's explore the reasons why this study suggests that Donald Trump might be disqualified from seeking the presidency once more.
Opinion: Senator Sanders, The Dems' Sheepdog
Sorry, not sorry, Bernie. Gah-bye. It’s a little embarrassing now to admit what a strident supporter I was of Senator Bernie Sanders in 2016 and again in 2020. With the benefit of hindsight and his highly questionable voting record in the past three years I have to admit I was conned. I am not comforted by the fact that I was among millions of desperate hopefuls who also thought the scrappy little old guy from Vermont was for real.
Censorship in News Media 2023
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Why do people vote the way they do?
Why do people vote the way they do? Unraveling the Complex Web of Influences. Have you ever wondered why individuals cast their votes in a particular way during elections? This is a question that has been perplexing me and some other people I know for quite a while now.