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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

Arkansas. , Kentucky. , Oklahoma. and. West Virginia. (Tennessee was on this list for two months.

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

These states are Alabama, Alaska, Louisiana, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, North Carolina, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Virginia, and Wisconsin require a witness.

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

Oklahoma. agreed to permit voters to include a copy of a photo ID with their absentee ballots instead of having to get their signature notarized or witnessed by two people.

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

That leaves Alabama, Indiana, Michigan, Kentucky, Oklahoma and South Carolina as the only places that will permit one-and-done balloting this fall.

The Citizen Ballot Initiative Process Is Under Attack | Independent Voter NewsThe Citizen Ballot Initiative Process Is Under Attack | Independent Voter News

These states include Arkansas, Arizona, Florida, Maine, Missouri, North Dakota, Nevada, Ohio, Oklahoma, South Dakota, and Washington. Florida has already made the ballot measure process more cumbersome for reform advocates across the political spectrum.

Deconstructing Nonpartisan Reform with NANR’s Exec. Director | Independent Voter NewsDeconstructing Nonpartisan Reform with NANR’s Exec. Director | Independent Voter News

Moore serves as an entrepreneur-in-residence with Price College of Business at the University of Oklahoma, and he is also the founder of. Let’s Fix This. , which is focused upon building civic engagement and power for political reform. Given Mr.

Texas Dems Block Voting Restrictions, But Amplify Dysfunction | Independent Voter NewsTexas Dems Block Voting Restrictions, But Amplify Dysfunction | Independent Voter News

And in 2003, Democratic lawmakers fled to Oklahoma, beyond the jurisdiction of Texas state police, to block a vote on a Republican-drawn redistricting plan.

Too Strong? Too Weak? Or Obsolete? Looking at the Power of Political Parties | Independent Voter NewsToo Strong? Too Weak? Or Obsolete? Looking at the Power of Political Parties | Independent Voter News

He served Oklahoma’s 5th Congressional District from 1977 to 1993. He then expanded his career in higher academia and public policy, teaching at Harvard, Georgetown, and Princeton. He also led projects at the Brookings Institute and the Aspen Institute.

Report: Partisan-Driven Voter Suppression Getting Worse with Rise of Independent Voters | Independent Voter NewsReport: Partisan-Driven Voter Suppression Getting Worse with Rise of Independent Voters | Independent Voter News

Ortega, Jr; Oklahoma City Mayor David Holt; and. Open Primaries Vice President Jeremy Gruber. “We’re in a climate now in the country where issues of political reform, of polarization, of dysfunction -- these are front and center issues,” said Opdycke.

California Elections 2020: Proposition 16 - Affirmative Action | Independent Voter NewsCalifornia Elections 2020: Proposition 16 - Affirmative Action | Independent Voter News

In 1997, Connerly founded the American Civil Rights Institute, which supported ballot initiatives modeled on Proposition 209 in Washington, Michigan, Colorado, Nebraska, Arizona, and Oklahoma. [6]. In 2020, Asm. Shirley Weber.