Pages tagged "Right to vote amendment"






Right to Vote Amendment Secures Unanimous Backing of DNC Executive Committee

Posted on What's New on February 22, 2015

More than a decade ago, FairVote became the leading institutional voice calling for establishing an explicit individual right to vote in the U.S. Constitution. This weekend, a major new player emerged: the Democratic National Committee.

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It's Time for a Constitutional Right to Vote, and a Truce in the Voting Wars

Posted on What's New by Austin Plier on October 23, 2014

As the voting wars continue to be waged in courts across the nation, the case for a constitutional right to vote has never been so strong. 

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Wisconsin Supreme Court Ruling Highlights Need for a Constitutional Right to Vote

Posted on What's New by Austin Plier on August 11, 2014

The Wisconsin Supreme Court's Decision to uphold the state's controversial voter ID law illustrates the need for an explicit, individual Right to Vote in the U.S. Constitution.

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Arkansas Voter ID Law Struck Down

Posted on What's New by Matthew Bugajski on April 29, 2014

An explicit right to vote in the U.S. Constitution would prevent future debates over voter ID law.

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Who Needs to Fix That? We Do.

Posted on What's New by Elizabeth Hudler on January 07, 2013

When President Barack Obama paused in his victory speech, thanking voters for waiting in long lines to vote but noting 'we have to fix that', one might have assumed that reform would come from the top.

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