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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

Straight-Ticket Voting Won't Return to Texas in 2020. June 25, 2020. Editor's Note: This article. originally appeared. on The Fulcrum, and was republished on IVN with permission from the publisher.

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

While Texas' voting overhaul bill has been stalled by Democrats for now, the GOP has vowed to resurrect it during the special legislative session. Republican Gov.

The "Small Bites" Approach to Advancing Ranked Choice Voting in Texas | Independent Voter NewsThe "Small Bites" Approach to Advancing Ranked Choice Voting in Texas | Independent Voter News

The "Small Bites" Approach to Advancing Ranked Choice Voting in Texas. June 7, 2022. Ranked choice voting (RCV) is on a roll. Advocates have added win after win at the ballot box across the US.

How Texas Could Save Over $6 Million on Flawed Elections | Independent Voter NewsHow Texas Could Save Over $6 Million on Flawed Elections | Independent Voter News

How Texas Could Save Over $6 Million on Flawed Elections. February 24, 2022. Early voting is underway in Texas for the March 1 primary. The results in both parties could advance candidates to an expensive, low-turnout primary runoff.

No Order in the Court | Independent Voter NewsNo Order in the Court | Independent Voter News

On September 1, new Texas legislation had forbidden abortions more than six weeks into term — as Dr. Braid’s patient was — before most women were even aware they were pregnant.

Federal Appeals Court Temporarily Blocks Voting-By-Mail Expansion in Texas | Independent Voter NewsFederal Appeals Court Temporarily Blocks Voting-By-Mail Expansion in Texas | Independent Voter News

Federal Appeals Court Temporarily Blocks Voting-By-Mail Expansion in Texas. May 21, 2020. This article was first published on.

Austin Becomes First City in Texas to Adopt Ranked Choice Voting | Independent Voter NewsAustin Becomes First City in Texas to Adopt Ranked Choice Voting | Independent Voter News

Austin Becomes First City in Texas to Adopt Ranked Choice Voting. May 3, 2021. Austin made history over the weekend as it became the first city in Texas to adopt the use of ranked choice voting during a special election on May 1.

Dale Schlundt | Independent Voter NewsDale Schlundt | Independent Voter News

He's currently a faculty member at Palo Alto College and co-chair for the Texas Regional Alignment Network.

Shawn Griffiths | Independent Voter NewsShawn Griffiths | Independent Voter News

He studied history and philosophy at the University of North Texas. He joined the IVN team in 2012.

Voting Rights Advocates Dealt 3 Major Blows after Historic Victories | Independent Voter NewsVoting Rights Advocates Dealt 3 Major Blows after Historic Victories | Independent Voter News

The setbacks came in Texas, Arizona and Iowa — all states where the Democrats believe they can score big upsets, at the presidential and congressional levels, if the voting rules are eased enough to allow significant turnout this fall — no matter the state