ALL IN and other Alliance Members just made voting MUCH easier
Posted byon August 29, 2018 at 4:41 PM
Under the U.S. Constitution, the States control the “Times, Places and Manner of holding Elections for Senators and Representatives” for Congress. This can make voting difficult for U.S. citizens, as each State has its own set of rules and those rules can vary greatly. In Pennsylvania, for instance, you can only vote by mail if you are unable to go to the polls on election day. In Oregon, on the other hand, you can only vote by mail -- full stop. There are no polling locations.
To make things easier, the ALL IN Campus Democracy Challenge has launched ALLINToVote.org in collaboration with fellow Alliance members Democracy Works, Campus Vote Project, and BallotReady. ALL IN to Vote was built with college students in mind, but can be used by anybody who is eligible to vote.
It is an invaluable resource that:
- Helps you register to vote (Democracy Works)
- Has a voting guide for every state (Campus Vote Project)
- Provides unbiased, in-depth ballot breakdowns (BallotReady)
- And so much more.
Even if you have voted your entire life, you will still find this website useful.
As always, thank you for your support,
Bridge Alliance Members in the News:
Issue One, FairVote, Represent.Us, Unite America - RealClearPolitics - The Media Are Missing a Movement
NICD - NYTimes - In a Divided Era, One Thing Seems to Unite: Political Anger
Unite America - Washington Examiner - In Denver, independents meet to unite the politically homeless
R Street Institute - The American Conservative - Throwing Children Away: The School-to-Prison Pipeline