Disenfranchisement

  • 04.30.18

    Voter ID Laws

    21 million Americans do not have government-issued ID and many of them cannot vote in 34 states that require it. In addition, these ID laws disproportionately disenfranchise elderly, poor, and minority populations....

    21 million Americans do not have government-issued ID and many of them cannot vote in 34 states that require it. In addition, these ID laws disproportionately disenfranchise elderly, poor, and minority populations.

  • 04.20.18

    Felon Disenfranchisement

    6.1 million Americans cannot vote because of felony disenfranchisement. Ultimately, these men and women across the United States have little to no political recourse for challenging the laws that took away their vote....

    6.1 million Americans cannot vote because of felony disenfranchisement. Ultimately, these men and women across the United States have little to no political recourse for challenging the laws that took away their vote.

  • 04.10.18

    Tuesday and Early Voting

    Unlike many other democracies, which hold election days on Sundays and holidays, the United States has its elections on Tuesday workdays. Sanders Institute Senator Nina Turner explains why Americans vote on Tuesday and the ways that some states have tried to overcome that inconvenience....

    Unlike many other democracies, which hold election days on Sundays and holidays, the United States has its elections on Tuesday workdays. Sanders Institute Senator Nina Turner explains why Americans vote on Tuesday and the ways that some states have tried to overcome that inconvenience.