Indiana Articles:
July 13th 2009
Albatross of U.S. democracy
Indianapolis Star

FairVote research is cited in support of the National Popular Vote plan in Indiana, because "every vote cast for president should be equally important and equally coveted, whether it originates in California, Connecticut or Crawfordsville."

October 29th 2008
Striving for a smooth election
The Boston Globe

The President of Demos calls for universal voter registration.

September 18th 2008
High Turnout, New Procedures May Mean an Election Day Mess
The Washington Post

Front page article in the Washington Post quotes FairVote program director David Moon about readiness for the November election.

June 17th 2008
Baker and elections board clash over the meaning of ‘frivolity’
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports, officials clash over voter ID law

June 16th 2008
Brunner discusses election, staying nonpartisan
News Herald

Local newspaper's editorial board interviews Ohio's Secretary of State Jennifer Brunner.

June 15th 2008
Voting commission plagued by problems, limited funds
Associated Press

The Associated Press reports, Election Assistance Commission is experiencing some problems with growth.

May 14th 2008
Unconventional wisdom: longer nomination helps Democrats
Belleville News Democrat

A Rob Richie Op-Ed explaining how the hotly contested presidential nomination between Obama and Clinton revitalizes the democratic voter turnout for all elections as well as Americans' involvement in politics.

May 5th 2008
Summer campaign guide
New York Times Upfront

FairVote's Adam Fogel discusses the surge in youth voter turnout in the presidential primaries.

May 2nd 2008
Voting Rights Are Too Important to Leave to the States
The New York Times

The New York Times' Adam Cohen makes the case for federal intervention in regulating elections to ensure equal voting rights for all.

May 1st 2008
Constitutional amendment allowing 17 year-olds to vote going on the ballot
NorwalkPlus.com

The Connecticut Legislature unanimously passed a constitutional amendment allowing 17-year-old primary voting. The issue will be on the ballot in November.

April 27th 2008
Few states allow overseas troops to vote by e-mail
Associated Press

The Associated Press reports, only 13 states are embracing technology and allowing troops station oversees to vote online

April 6th 2008
Everybody's Talkin': Testing the voting machine
Times and Mail

Times and Mail newspaper reports Indiana officials are testing voting machines to avoid any glitches.

April 6th 2008
Everybody's Talkin': Testing the voting machines
Times and Mail

Times and Mail newspaper reports Indiana officials are testing voting machines to avoid any glitches.

January 22nd 2008
Pa. lawmakers push to give primary vote to 17-year-olds
The Philadelphia Inquirer

PA legislators look to follow Maryland's lead by allowing 17-year-old primary voting.

October 1st 2007
Electoral College Reform?
Washington Lawyer

A thorough look at the ins and out of the Electoral College, featuring insight from FairVote chairman John Anderson in this cover story.