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Lawsuit Aims to Halt any More Online Voting in New Jersey | Independent Voter NewsLawsuit Aims to Halt any More Online Voting in New Jersey | Independent Voter News

Up Next. The Fulcrum. Lawsuit Aims to Halt any More Online Voting in New Jersey. May 18, 2020. This article was first published on. The Fulcrum. New Jersey piloted a new online voting system for people with disabilities this week, but a lawsuit could stop

New Jersey The First State to Reverse COVID-Inspired Swith to Vote-by-Mail | Independent Voter NewsNew Jersey The First State to Reverse COVID-Inspired Swith to Vote-by-Mail | Independent Voter News

Up Next. The Fulcrum. New Jersey The First State to Reverse COVID-Inspired Swith to Vote-by-Mail. February 10, 2021. Editor's Note: This article. originally published. on The Fulcrum and has been republished on IVN with permission form the publisher. New

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

states where the rules have already been altered this year: Four states (and also. Washington, D.C. ) will soon send all active registered voters an absentee ballot while also providing in-person voting options: Reliably Democratic. California. , New Jersey. and

Moves in three states to avoid another Wisconsin, even as Sanders bows out | Independent Voter NewsMoves in three states to avoid another Wisconsin, even as Sanders bows out | Independent Voter News

court is keeping the results sealed until next week. Florida's local election officials and Democrats in Texas, meanwhile, launched efforts to prevent such a shambolic situation in their states during summertime primaries. New Jersey prepared to become the

It’s Common Sense: Let Californians Speak in a Safe Way | Independent Voter NewsIt’s Common Sense: Let Californians Speak in a Safe Way | Independent Voter News

registrations. If they don’t renounce their lawyers’ court-room positions, we are calling on Gov. Newsom to do what governors in Illinois, New York, Connecticut, New Jersey, Utah, and Washington State have done in lowering registration requirements because

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

New Report Warns Campaign Finance Loophole Invites Foreign Interference in Elections | Independent Voter NewsNew Report Warns Campaign Finance Loophole Invites Foreign Interference in Elections | Independent Voter News

before this glaring loophole in our campaign finance system is more systematically abused by malicious foreign actors.". Both parties benefit from the loophole. In one case study, a New Jersey plumbing firm gave $250,000 last November to the main super

Why The Howard Schultz “Spoiler” Argument Is Simply Wrong | Independent Voter NewsWhy The Howard Schultz “Spoiler” Argument Is Simply Wrong | Independent Voter News

Up Next. Campaigns. Why The Howard Schultz “Spoiler” Argument Is Simply Wrong. February 5, 2019. Former New Jersey Governor Christine Todd-Whitman and former Nebraska US Senator Bob Kerrey wrote an essay for CNN.com titled, What Howard Schultz -- Or Any

Independent Voter Project Files Brief Supporting Lawsuit Against Bipartisan Debate Commission | Independent Voter NewsIndependent Voter Project Files Brief Supporting Lawsuit Against Bipartisan Debate Commission | Independent Voter News

co-founder and Seventh US Comptroller General David M. Walker, and former New Jersey Governor and EPA administrator Christine Todd Whitman. “The framework of our entire election process, including the presidential debates, gives the two major parties and

IVP Amicus to SCOTUS: Two-Party Control of POTUS Debates, Elections Hurts Our Republic | Independent Voter NewsIVP Amicus to SCOTUS: Two-Party Control of POTUS Debates, Elections Hurts Our Republic | Independent Voter News

Nardi Riddle, No Labels co-founder and Seventh US Comptroller General David M. Walker; and. Former New Jersey Governor and EPA administrator Christine Todd Whitman. “Limitations on the participation of third-party and independent candidates from our