Voter ID: Should it be required to vote?


Photo credit: iStock.com/flySnow Following the 2020 election, calls for voter identification laws and other election process legislation have spurred legislative debate around the country. Voter identification laws are measures in a variety of states requiring in-person voters to present a form of state-issued photo identification in order to cast their ballot. Proponents of enhanced voter [...]

Voter ID: Should it be required to vote?2023-09-11T01:30:16-04:00

Election Day 2021 Preview & Outlook: Virginia and New Jersey


Digital collage by Ryan Stevens; image sources by Debi Brady & mohamed Hassan from Pixabay  After several weeks of voting, tomorrow is the last day that polls are open for the 2021 elections across the country.  While this year is not a presidential election or even Congressional midterm election year, voters will decide many critical state and [...]

Election Day 2021 Preview & Outlook: Virginia and New Jersey2023-09-11T00:37:47-04:00

Ranked-Choice Voting Update: Massachusetts


The General Court of Massachusetts, the state legislature, will consider adopting ranked-choice voting (RCV), after election reform advocates in the state collected over 80,000 signatures in support of the measure. If approved it would first be used in the 2022 elections, to choose candidates for both federal and state offices, including the governor. Ranked choice [...]

Ranked-Choice Voting Update: Massachusetts2020-01-10T08:30:00-05:00

2020 Election Outlook


With the 2019 elections in the book, DMGS previews the 2020 election now coming into view on the horizon. Presidential Election President Trump broke precedent by filing paperwork with the FEC to run for re-election on his Inauguration Day, becoming the earliest President to do so. The Republican National Committee and Trump’s campaign have reported [...]

2020 Election Outlook2019-11-15T08:30:00-05:00
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