GOP-led states plan new voter data systems to replace one they rejected. Good luck with that
By: Zachary Roth - May 30, 2023
Some states, including Texas and Virginia, have said they plan to create their own data-sharing networks to replace ERIC
A top GOP lawyer wants to crack down on the college vote. States already are
By: Zachary Roth - April 30, 2023
Efforts to make it difficult for students and other young people to vote are almost as old as the 26th Amendment.
Federal agencies lag in registering voters despite Biden executive order, advocates say
By: Zachary Roth - April 12, 2023
Within weeks of taking office in 2021, President Joe Biden issued an executive order — hailed by voter advocates as potentially transformative — that for the first time committed the U.S. government to registering new voters at federal agencies. But just over two years later, most of the 10 agencies examined in a recent report had made […]
Red-state elections officials balk at voter registration outreach
By: Zachary Roth - April 1, 2023
GOP-led states are leaving an interstate compact aimed at helping states keep clean voter rolls.