This legislative brief from Project Vote discusses the underrepresentation of youth - particularly youth of color - in the general electorate, and how the growing trend of preregistration helps to address this problem. It concludes with recommendations for implementing preregistration policies.
After surveying state officials and education administrators, Project Vote analyzed the data and identified best practices, solutions to problems encountered in various jurisdictions, and the effectiveness of high school voter registration programs across the U.S.
Based on a comprehensive review of every court case in which a photo ID law has been challenged, this paper from the Brennan Center examines the costs that states must incur if they decide to implement photo ID requirements for voters.
This guide from the Brennan Center provides citizens with the knowledge and tools they need to get involved with this round of redistricting, and to work towards continuing reform in the decades to come.
This detailed 50-state scorecard from Rock The Vote ranks evaluated state voting laws with an on a 21-point scale that aims to assess how well states are serving young voters in three categories: voter registration, ease of casting a ballot, and encouraging young voter participation.
The Iowa Fiscal Partnership compares the difference between having a
“middleman” help consumers with their insurance coverage options, as
proposed by the insurance agents, or allowing consumers to utilize the
click of their mouse. Iowa Fiscal Partnership, March 2011
The Express Lane Eligibility provides a description of the provisions
in CHIPRA to give states the tools to streamline and simplify
children’s enrollment in Medicaid and CHIP.This will aid
in finding and covering the estimated 4.7 million kids who are uninsured
yet eligible for the programs. Families USA, January 2011