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19 States Where It Is Never Too Late to Register to Vote | Independent Voter News19 States Where It Is Never Too Late to Register to Vote | Independent Voter News

Montana, Utah and Wyoming are the others, which Trump looks to be able to count on winning no matter how many people show up to register and vote on Election Day. What is this story missing? Let us know. >>. Stay Informed. Get our exclusive. Nonpartisan Reform Report. delivered to your inbox twice a month. Comments. Auto Pager Link

We Need Chief Elections Officials to be Umpires, Not Players | Independent Voter NewsWe Need Chief Elections Officials to be Umpires, Not Players | Independent Voter News

-election effort, and Montana will not determine the presidency this year, but the state's. very close U.S. Senate race. will matter. Voters in the state, and nationwide, need to know that Stapleton will act fairly. In some battleground states, secretaries of

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

and. Vermont. along with purplish. Nevada. , where the Trump campaign unsuccessfully sued to block the one-time switch to a mostly vote-by-mail election. And. Montana. has given discretion to its 56 counties, all but nine of which have decided on proactive

Despite Reform Gains, Partisan Interests Still Largely Control Redistricting Process | Independent Voter NewsDespite Reform Gains, Partisan Interests Still Largely Control Redistricting Process | Independent Voter News

boundaries alongside similar panels in five other states: Arizona, California, Idaho, Washington and Montana, the last of which is likely to get a second House seat thanks to population growth. But another such commission, approved by the voters in Utah in 2018

June's 'Super Tuesday' Proves Vote-at-Home Works, Advocates Say | Independent Voter NewsJune's 'Super Tuesday' Proves Vote-at-Home Works, Advocates Say | Independent Voter News

absentee ballots, while DC, Iowa, Montana, New Mexico, and South Dakota largely increased their use of absentee ballots as well. The result? Rapid City Journal (South Dakota). KRQE (New Mexico). The Courier (Iowa). “In states across the country, Americans