One out of seven people in the world – about 1.14 billion people – has a disability. Think about that in the context of elections and you’ll realize why remote voting matters.
As of September 7, the Delta variant of COVID-19 now accounts for 4.3 million new cases and 9,300 deaths per day, worldwide. About 1,000 of those daily deaths are in the US. On Democracy Day 2021, we look at the
A new survey by data services company Dynata shows that most American voters are very concerned that the Coronavirus pandemic may prevent citizens from voting in the upcoming presidential elections and states and jurisdictions must take action.
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
The British organization Webroots Democracy (also known as the Institute for Digital Democracy) will gather on October 10th a panel of experts to discuss their most recent investigation on the voting of military forces deployed abroad.