Millions of voters in America and countries around the world are quickly applying for vote-by-mail ballots (also called absentee voter ballots) to avoid having to go to polling stations during the coronavirus pandemic.
Expert Mike Summers explains why online voting is a smart idea and not just during a crisis. The impact from the coronavirus pandemic and COVID-19 has significantly impacted the work of election officials around the globe. In the UK, local
In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, jurisdictions and electoral bodies are scrambling to find evidence to guide their preparations for the next election. In the US, the focus is on the upcoming presidential election in November, but there are still
More than 14 million citizens with disabilities reported voting in the November 2018 US elections. But if people with disabilities voted at the same rate as non-disabled voters, there would have been an estimated 2.3 million more voters participating. What
At the moment election officials and commissions around the world are scrambling to find workable solutions for safe voting in the near term. Elections have been delayed worldwide and, in the US, primaries have been postponed while states look for
Recently 70 members of Congress signed a letter to Rules Committee Chairman James P. McGovern urging Congress to allow its members to use remote voting in times of crisis, such as the current COVID-19 pandemic. The note, which you can