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"Convenience voting" remains controversial because it typically draws out Democrats.
According to the National Conference of State Legislatures, 37 states now offer voters some way to cast ballots early and avoid lining up at the polls on Election Day. These options are popular. About one-third of voters made use of them in the 2012 election.
Montana's secretary of state, responding to complaints of people offering to deliver voters' absentee ballots for them, said Friday that residents should mail in or hand their ballots directly to … Click to Continue »
Click here for reuse options! There are major concerns about who gets to vote. Despite polls that show Hillary Clinton with many Electoral College paths to the presidency and a growing likelihood of Democrats recapturing the Senate,...
“Catalist, a voter data firm that works mostly with Democratic campaigns, provided The Washington Post with early vote numbers from several battleground states that allowed us to compare current returns with the number of ballots re...
By Sarah Smith / ProPublica One-third of voters took advantage of early-voting options in 2012. But does so-called “convenience voting” increase turnout overall and minority turnout in particular?