Stateline — “Americans have used mail ballots for over a hundred years because they provide a safe and convenient way to ensure the right to
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How Vote-at-Home Friendly is Your State?
All 50 states and the District of Columbia use mailed-out ballots, but their regulations and practices widely vary. Which states mail ballots automatically to all registered voters, and which allow any voter to request one? How easy is obtaining a ballot, and what return options exist? Can voters apply online for their mailed-out ballot, or must they submit a paper form? Can voters sign-up once to receive ballots for all future elections for which they're eligible, or must they apply for every election? These components, and more, influence voters' access to, trust in, and security of this essential voting method. We have identified and weighed 15 key criteria to answer these questions, plus more.
Non-profit organization working to deliver more ballots to voters in every state welcomes a trio of activists and advocates. (February 1, 2024) — National Vote
WGEM — Members of the Illinois House Ethics and Elections Committee discussed a proposal Wednesday allowing counties to go primarily to a vote at home
Policy-makers disagree on the merits of mandatory vote-by-mail. Many of these debates hinge on whether mandatory vote-by-mail advantages one political party over the other. Using
Does Voting by Mail Increase Fraud? Estimating the Change in Reported Voter Fraud When States Switch to Elections By Mail
U.S. voters recently participated in the 2020 general election, which determined the next president as well as other public officials at the federal, state, and
Based on Census data, voter turnout increased in 2022 by 1.6 points among citizens with disabilities relative to the 2018 midterm elections, while it decreased
- Kim Wyman, former Washington Secretary of State and NVAHI Circle of Advisors co-chair
With Lori (Augino) at the helm, of the National Vote at Home Institute, state and local election officials can benefit by gaining is able to provide support from one of the most experienced vote-by-mail experts and election officials in the country.”
- Robert Giles, former Division of Elections Director, NJ Department of State
- Julietta Henry, Director of Milwaukee County Elections