It’s January 2021, there’s a new president in D.C., a new Senate majority and a Democratic majority crowing about how voting rights is their top… Read More »All Aboard the Freedom to Vote Act Train!
September 14, 2021 is the day California voters decide the fate of Democratic Governor Gavin Newsom in a special recall election, only the fourth ever… Read More »Recall election: Should Newsom Stay or Should He Go?
Voters have the power to decide who wins on election day, but only a small percentage of them decide who will be on the ballot.… Read More »Public Financing Lets Voters Choose Who Runs, Not Just Who Wins
This piece is republished courtesy of the Independent Voter Network (IVN.us). It was originally published by IVN on May 3, 2021. Austin made history over… Read More »Austin Becomes First Texas CIty to Adopt Ranked-Choice Voting
Open San Diego is a volunteer organization that helps local government and community groups use technology to solve problems. The ten-year-old group is one of… Read More »Open San Diego Offers Tech Aid to Local Government Groups