Categories & Tags: absentee voting

The South's democracy crisis   |   July 17, 2015
In the wake of the U.S. Supreme Court's 2013 Shelby County v. Holder decision weakening the Voting Rights Act, states including North Carolina and Texas passed onerous laws...

 

Can vote-by-mail fix those long lines at the polls?   |   February 25, 2013
By Christie Thompson, ProPublica In his State of the Union address, President Obama returned to a point he'd made on election night: the need to do something about long voting...

 

VOICES: Yes, voter suppression is controversial   |   December 14, 2012
By Chris Fitzsimon, NC Policy Watch It's a telling commentary on the current political dynamics in North Carolina that not only is voter suppression legislation expected to...

 

2012 Early Vote: Dems ahead in Southern swing states, but not at 2008 pace   |   November 6, 2012
Heading into Election Day, more than 7.6 million voters in the three Southern swing states -- Florida, North Carolina and Virginia -- had already voted, taking advantage of early...

 

Could Florida's new voting laws really change the election?   |   November 2, 2012
Florida is the purest of swing states: According to poll-watching websites like FiveThirtyEight, President Barack Obama and Governor Mitt Romney are deadlocked, separated by a...