Should Congress Enact The Pending Proposal For The Federal Registration of Voters By Mail? PRO
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- New challenges to voting rights. Ruffin, D.C. // Black Enterprise;Nov87, Vol. 18 Issue 4, p27
Civil rights attorneys are breaking ground in the courts in efforts to expand the voting franchise to poor and minority Americans, and legislation is being introduced to make voter registration easier. But new challenges loom with the approaching1988 elections, the 1990 Census and...
- Easy registration and voter turnout. Highton, Benjamin // Journal of Politics;May97, Vol. 59 Issue 2, p565
Analyzes individual turnout in states which impose minimal or no registration cost on their residents, where turnout differences may not be reasonably attributed to registration requirements in the United States. How registration requirements are identified; Comparison of these states to the...
- Playing politics at church. // Newsweek;7/9/84, Vol. 104 Issue 1, p52
Armed with an endorsement from President Ronald Reagan and red, white and blue pamphlets from the Moral Majority, thousands of fundamentalist pastors--many of whom shunned politics as the Devil's work--opened their churches last week for a massivevoter-registration drive.
- The 1984 vote. // Newsweek;9/17/84, Vol. 104 Issue 11, p39
Election Day is still nearly two months away, but there is a growing suspicion that the outcome will be really decided in the next three weeks, as thousands of canvassers fan out through the nation's shopping centers, bus stops and county fairs, signing up what both parties predict will be an...
- State Motor-Voter Laws. // Congressional Digest;Mar1993, Vol. 72 Issue 3, p72
Provides brief descriptions of voter registration systems incorporating the participation of the State Department of Motor Vehicles in the District of Columbia and in 21 states. General description of the registration processes in the 22 areas; State motor-voter laws update; Alaska; Arizona;...
- Senate speaks up for paying costs of motor-voter. // Human Events;6/16/95, Vol. 51 Issue 23, p22
Reports on the passage by the United States Senate of a non-binding amendment calling on the federal government to reimburse states for what was spent to implement the Motor-Voter registration law. Voting record on the amendment; Proponents' and opponents' views.
- The business vote. // Nation's Business;Oct84, Vol. 72 Issue 10, p33
Like other organizations, business organizations are going all out to register new voters and get the pro-business vote to the polls.
- Public policy education can restore voter zeal. Henderson, Zorika Petic // Human Ecology;Fall93, Vol. 21 Issue 3, p29
Focuses on how public policy education can restore voter turnout. Improvement of political decisions; Provision of balanced information and opportunity for dialogue; Correlation of the enhancement of programs with the implementation of a coalition of organizations.
- Why Americans don't vote. Manning, S. // Scholastic Update;10/7/88, Vol. 121 Issue 3, p24
Discusses one of the reasons that the US has one of the worst voting records in the world when compared to other democracies. Difficulty with voter registration; States' reform procedures. INSET: Jackson's registration drive..
- Who Votes? // Junior Scholastic;9/29/2008 Supplement, p10
A quiz concerning the percentage of voters in the U.S. from 1972-2004 is presented.