Georgia Articles:
April 19th 2009
Why not voters' education for teens?
The Knoxville News Sentinel

Jack McElroy makes the case for 16-year-old advance registration and civics ed classes for Tennessee youth.

February 11th 2009
Instant runoff voting and the community colleges
Los Angeles Times

L.A. Times writer Robert Greene talks about IRV as a possible solution to costly runoffs in L.A.

December 2nd 2008
'Instant runoff' voting deserves a closer look
Athens Banner-Herald

As Georgia finishes its runoff for US Senate, it becomes the latest state taking a good look at instant runoff voting.

November 17th 2008
Antiquated runoff system does not reflect voters� views
Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Maths professor calls for instant runoff voting in Georgia to avoid expensive, low-turnout runoffs.

November 7th 2008
Push to Expand Early Balloting and Voter Rolls
The New York Times

EAC Chair Rosemary Rodriguez and Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton endorse universal and automatic voter registration.

November 2nd 2008
Your Career: Should Election Day be a holiday?

FairVote's Adam Fogel discusses the importance of paid time-off work to vote on Election Day.

July 21st 2008
Influx of Voters Likely to Test New Machines
New York Times

Article on likely problems with voting in November's elections, including a quote from FairVote's Adam Fogel on voting machine shortages.

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

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.

April 10th 2008
Improve Poll Worker Training and Get More Machines, Voting Rights Groups Tell Congress
Black America

Famous morning talk show personality, Tom Joyner, along with other voting advocates, urges Congress to mandate more training for poll workers and set a national voting standard.

January 28th 2008
The hunt for delegates
San Jose Mercury News

FairVote's Ryan O'Donnell comments on the impending delegate count and the need for reform in the presidential primary process.

November 2nd 2007
No ID? Votes cast can become castoffs
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution takes a look at the potential impact of Georgia's new voter ID law.

November 1st 2007
It's not fraud, it's alienated voters

James Sample explores the myth of voter fraud and discusses continuing obstacles in voter database management.

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.

September 25th 2007
Supreme Court to Hear Case on Voter ID Law
The New York Times

The Supreme Court agreed to consider whether voter-identification laws unfairly keep poor people and members of minority groups from going to the polls.