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Photo ID law coming to Kentucky while virus shuts many issuing offices | Independent Voter NewsPhoto ID law coming to Kentucky while virus shuts many issuing offices | Independent Voter News

Up Next. New Voting Methods. Photo ID law coming to Kentucky while virus shuts many issuing offices. March 20, 2020. At a time when primary turnout is already taking a hit from the coronavirus, a new photo ID requirement in Kentucky looms as another

Kentucky latest to expand mail voting in response to pandemic | Independent Voter NewsKentucky latest to expand mail voting in response to pandemic | Independent Voter News

Up Next. The Fulcrum. Kentucky latest to expand mail voting in response to pandemic. April 28, 2020. Originally published on. The Fulcrum. All Kentuckians will get the chance to vote by mail in the June 23 primary under a deal worked out between Gov. Andy

Vince Taormina | Independent Voter NewsVince Taormina | Independent Voter News

Vince Taormina. Vince Taormina is a co-founder of the Kentucky People's Alliance, a grassroots organization devoted to making Kentucky a ballot initiative and referendum state.

Replacing Cash Bail: Fairer Justice or Robopocalypse? | Independent Voter NewsReplacing Cash Bail: Fairer Justice or Robopocalypse? | Independent Voter News

— and that other such algorithms are in use in other states, with no grave consequences yet reported. There are. five popular algorithms in use today. , in states from Kentucky to New Jersey, along with several California counties that have already

These 34 States Are Making Voting Easier ahead of November | Independent Voter NewsThese 34 States Are Making Voting Easier ahead of November | Independent Voter News

presidentially competitive state on this roster. The others are solidly blue. Connecticut. and. New York. and reliably red. Arkansas. , Kentucky. , Oklahoma. and. West Virginia. (Tennessee was on this list for two months. But in August the state Supreme Court. struck

Breonna Taylor Rally: Why San Diegans Are Protesting  | Independent Voter NewsBreonna Taylor Rally: Why San Diegans Are Protesting | Independent Voter News

Up Next. Marchers in downtown San Diego on Sept. 24, 2020. Photo by Vito Di Stefano. Social Equity. Breonna Taylor Rally: Why San Diegans Are Protesting. September 25, 2020. Protesters throughout the U.S. marched this week after a Kentucky grand jury

It's Time to Drive Out Legalized, Systemic Corruption in Congress | Independent Voter NewsIt's Time to Drive Out Legalized, Systemic Corruption in Congress | Independent Voter News

Florida, Thomas Massie of Kentucky and Ken Buck of Colorado, we learn about the ways the system constrains lawmakers from doing the right thing by their constituents. While the documentary itself suffers from structural problems, the stories are fascinating

Straight-Ticket Voting Won't Return to Texas in 2020 | Independent Voter NewsStraight-Ticket Voting Won't Return to Texas in 2020 | Independent Voter News

of eight states that have ended the practice in the past decade, most recently. Utah in March. That leaves Alabama, Indiana, Michigan, Kentucky, Oklahoma and South Carolina as the only places that will permit one-and-done balloting this fall. The argument

Want to Vote By Mail? Anti-Corruption Group Launches Resource to Counter Disinformation and Confusion | Independent Voter NewsWant to Vote By Mail? Anti-Corruption Group Launches Resource to Counter Disinformation and Confusion | Independent Voter News

elections in November, and every state has its own rules for voting absentee. Here are some important things to keep in mind: Eight states still require an excuse to vote-by-mail. : Indiana, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, New York, South Carolina, Tennessee

California Elections 2020: Proposition 17 - Voting After Prison | Independent Voter NewsCalifornia Elections 2020: Proposition 17 - Voting After Prison | Independent Voter News

regaining the right to vote. In Iowa, Kentucky, and Virginia, people convicted of felonies never regain the right to vote, although their governors can issue orders to restore voting rights to individuals or groups. Official Ballot Arguments for Proposition