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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

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

during the pandemic. Thirty-four states allow everyone to vote absentee without citing a reason, a number that has increased rapidly in recent years. Kentucky's move leaves just six — Connecticut, Mississippi, Missouri, South Carolina, Tennessee and Texas

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

results of close races. Georgia. and. Pennsylvania. have the shortest deadline extensions, at three days. Mississippi. will count ballots that arrive five days after the polls close. Wisconsin. and. New Jersey. will accept ballots delayed in the mail up to six

Louisiana Statewide Race Decided by 17% of Voters, But There Is an “Instant” Solution | Independent Voter NewsLouisiana Statewide Race Decided by 17% of Voters, But There Is an “Instant” Solution | Independent Voter News

solution: the ranked-choice voting ballot, as cast by thousands of voters last year in primaries in Alabama, Arkansas and South Carolina and in general elections in Mississippi and, yes, Louisiana. Louisiana pioneered the process for military voters to

The 7 Most Difficult States to Cast a Ballot before Election Day | Independent Voter NewsThe 7 Most Difficult States to Cast a Ballot before Election Day | Independent Voter News

states are considered to have the most restrictive access to early voting because they require an excuse to vote absentee and they don't offer in-person voting to all voters before Election Day. These states are Alabama, Connecticut, Indiana, Mississippi

These 24 States Have Already Made Voting Easier in 2020 | Independent Voter NewsThese 24 States Have Already Made Voting Easier in 2020 | Independent Voter News

Massachusetts. along with reliably red. Alabama. and. Missouri. Seven states have made other easements to their election plans. Minnesota. residents may now provide, and receive, an unlimited amount of help from others when voting absentee. Mississippi

Number of States that Require Non-COVID Reasons to Vote by Mail Drops to 5 | Independent Voter NewsNumber of States that Require Non-COVID Reasons to Vote by Mail Drops to 5 | Independent Voter News

place this fall: Texas, which has developed into the biggest presidential battleground, along with reliably Republican Indiana, Louisiana, Mississippi and Tennessee. South Carolina is joining 10 other states in going to a no-excuse system this year only

As We Move Toward Normalcy, We Must Continue Prioritizing Workers  | Independent Voter NewsAs We Move Toward Normalcy, We Must Continue Prioritizing Workers | Independent Voter News

Republican-led states announced their plans to cut off federal unemployment assistance months before. Labor Day. , when the assistance was originally set to expire. The effort, led by Alaska, Iowa, Missouri, and Mississippi, resulted in federal assistance ending

10 States Where Party Planners Can Host (and Avoid) Representative Primaries | Independent Voter News10 States Where Party Planners Can Host (and Avoid) Representative Primaries | Independent Voter News

bright red now on the Electoral College map: Wyoming (83 percent). Arkansas (83 percent). New Hampshire (82 percent). Maine (82 percent). Alabama (81 percent). Massachusetts (80 percent). West Virginia (80 percent). Utah (78 percent). Mississippi (78 percent

Beyond Abortion: Putting The Latest Challenge to Roe v Wade Into Context | Independent Voter NewsBeyond Abortion: Putting The Latest Challenge to Roe v Wade Into Context | Independent Voter News

Up Next. Opinion. Beyond Abortion: Putting The Latest Challenge to Roe v Wade Into Context. August 2, 2021. On July 22, Mississippi Attorney General Lynn Fitch made national news by filing a brief with the Supreme Court asking the justices to overturn