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Massachusetts is considered a progressive vanguard when it comes to LGBT issues, and a loss there would be devastating. Question 3 was put forth by anti-trans organizers betting on the hope that they had more of a foothold in public discourse now than they did two years ago; No on 3 would prove them right.
There are few better paths to saving the republic than getting your fellow Americans registered. But where do you even start? Right here!
“I’m done putting my faith in well-meaning surrogates. That’s not enough now, and it never really was.”
Trump is tweeting about “vote flipping” the same day that a story comes out with one of his senior officials bragging about “voter suppression.” What’s actually going on for US voters?
We’ve talked before about how important local elections are, so put your ballot where your mouth is and get to the polls! Here, we’ve even compiled some information to help you decide how to vote.
Just over a quarter of trans people in states with photo ID voting laws don’t have a valid photo ID that reflects their gender and name to meet the standards required by the law, according to The Williams Institute.
The Supreme Court struck down a key component of the Voting Rights Act, specifically the portion which requires states to get federal permission before they can make changes to their voting laws. This is a huge deal for voters’ rights.
Greetings Queers, and Happy Election Day! Welcome to our Feelings Thread / Election Day Party Live Blog. Are you excited? I’m excited.
Yes, voting is probably the single most important thing you can do on Election Day in the United States (November 6th!) But it’s not the only important thing you can do on Election Day.
This afternoon, Barack Obama did indeed become the first sitting president to take advantage of early voting in person. The message behind these actions? You too can cast your vote. Right now.
Vanessa’s Team Pick: More than 25,000 transgender American citizens may face stiff barriers to voting in the November 2012 election; the National Center for Transgender Equality wants to change that.
Judge Robert Simpson ruled that “authorities had not done enough to ensure that potential voters had access to the new documents.”
With the upcoming U.S. Presidential election getting All The Press And Attention, here’s a few reasons why you shouldn’t let your local election go unnoticed.