Republicans Move to Limit a Grass-Roots Tradition of Direct Democracy - The New York Times

Republicans Move to Limit a Grass-Roots Tradition of Direct Democracy – The New York Times

Through ballot initiatives, voters in red states have defied legislators’ wishes and produced liberal outcomes in recent years. Republicans want to make the practice harder, or even eliminate it. Is this a step in the right direction or two steps back? Source: Republicans Move to Limit a Grass-Roots Tradition of Direct Democracy … Continue reading Republicans Move to Limit a Grass-Roots Tradition of Direct Democracy – The New York Times

LinkedIn Founder Hoffman: Don't Donate to Politicians Restricting Voting

LinkedIn Founder Hoffman: Don’t Donate to Politicians Restricting Voting

The statement from Reid Hoffman comes after he along with executives at hundreds of businesses signed a letter condemning Georgia’s new voting law. The next step is to stop funding politicians period, but one step at a time! Source: LinkedIn Founder Hoffman: Don’t Donate to Politicians Restricting Voting Continue reading LinkedIn Founder Hoffman: Don’t Donate to Politicians Restricting Voting

New proposed voting laws could create hurdles for tens of millions of voters

New proposed voting laws could create hurdles for tens of millions of voters

At least 250 new laws have been proposed in 43 states to limit mail, early in-person and Election Day voting. In the interest of shoring “up public confidence in the integrity of elections after the 2020 presidential contest”, proposed voting law changes in 43 states would actually decrease the amount of people … Continue reading New proposed voting laws could create hurdles for tens of millions of voters

More People Have Voted Early in Texas Than the State’s Entire 2016 Turnout

More People Have Voted Early in Texas Than the State’s Entire 2016 Turnout

Texas, a 2020 jump-ball state once considered a layup for Republicans, is shattering turnout records, with the number of early in-person and mail-in ballots now exceeding the total number of votes cast in the 2016 election. What this means for the Republicans, who took the state in 2016, nobody knows yet, but … Continue reading More People Have Voted Early in Texas Than the State’s Entire 2016 Turnout