Most overseas service members vote by mail, their ballots will arrive after Election Day, and their votes could significantly impact the November 3 election results. That’s according to a study released today by Count Every Hero, a cross-partisan campaign to ensure all service members’ votes are counted before election winners are declared. “ThereContinue Reading

The Voter Protection Corps announced Friday that, working in partnership with Carnegie Mellon University, they have released the most comprehensive data to date outlining the risk factor of 745 counties in eight states for poll worker shortages. The update identifies 485 counties across eight battleground states that are at highContinue Reading

VoteSafe and RESOLVE, two nonpartisan organizations committed to ensuring safe and secure elections for the American people, have come together to announce an initiative to support safe, in-person voting. The organizations are parting together to secure personal protective equipment (PPE) to election officials, poll workers, volunteers, and voters for the upcoming U.S.Continue Reading

Leaders in Pennsylvania and Wisconsin answered VoteSafe’s nationwide call to prepare for the November election by ensuring all voters have safe and secure voting options. The bipartisan VoteSafe coalitions are led by former Republican House Majority Leader Dave Reed and former Democratic U.S. Rep. Patrick Murphy in Pennsylvania, and Attorney General JoshContinue Reading

Bring It Home Florida is proud to partner with When We All Vote as a new addition to our community and nonprofit collaboration. Through grassroots efforts, we stand together to increase voter registration and civic engagement throughout Florida and our nation via voter outreach, education and advocacy. With an estimatedContinue Reading

A federal judge ruled Sunday that the Florida law requiring felons to pay legal fees as part of their sentences before regaining the vote is unconstitutional for those unable to pay, or unable to find out how much they owe. U.S. District Court Judge Robert Hinkle in Tallahassee issued a 125-pageContinue Reading