The article outlines the benefits and defuses the objectionsRead MoreRead more
Automatic voter registration gets more voters (especially younger voters) to vote. Then, Vote at Home actually gets them to cast their ballot.Read MoreRead more
This opinion piece, by Prof. Josh Douglas of the University of Kentucky Law School, pulls together various elections reforms, including Vote at Home, being pushed by individual citizens.Read MoreRead more
Vote by mail has several benefits including cost of savings as there is less need for polling places or election workers, and it eliminates the need for upgrades to voting machines. Vote at home is also safe from software hacks that could affect the outcome of elections.Read MoreRead more
After digging into the research, New York Times columnist David Leonhardt concludes that vote at home “eliminates hurdles, like long lines at polling places and logistical difficulties of voting on a workday. (As a bonus, it usually saves money.)”Read MoreRead more
Way to go Kentucky 🎉 Adopting #VoteAtHome🗳️ recommendations will ensure that more ... Kentuckians can cast their ballot safely and securely.
BREAKING: @KYSecState delivered recommendations for running Nov election in Kentucky. It’s VERY good news. Let’s walk through the provisions. But here’s the bottom line: anyone who believes they need to vote by mail cause of #COVID may do so. 1/