Pennsylvania 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.

April 13th 2009
Bill would require colleges to offer voter registration with course sign ups
The Daily Pennsylvanian

The Student VOTER Act would make colleges and universities "voter registration agencies" under the 1993 "Motor Voter" Law.

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.

October 17th 2008
October 17th Update on Presidential Visits and Spending

FairVote's press release shows that in the "Swing States of America," candidates ignore a majority of states and follow voting patterns of 2004 Presidential Election.

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 6th 2008
Oregon Secretary of State visits PA to explain vote-by-mail
Penn State Public Broadcasting Website

According to Pennsylvania public radio, Oregon's Secretary of State met with Pennsylvania's legislators to discuss Oregon's voting by mail process.

May 11th 2008
Confusing ballot designs still plague elections
The Associated Press

The Associated Press reports, ballot designs are still confusing voters

May 10th 2008
Fox Chapel students support primary vote change
Pittsburgh Tribune-Review

Over 100 students attended a State Government Committee hearing in Pittsburgh, PA in support of 17-year-old primary voting rights. FairVote's Adam Fogel also testified at the hearing.

April 30th 2008
Majority Rule at Last
Washington Monthly

The Brennan Center's Michael Waldman lays out the case for the National Popular Vote Plan for electing the president.

April 19th 2008
All who will be 18 by fall should get to vote
Concord Monitor

FairVote's Adam Fogel argues that New Hampshire's state parties should take the lead on giving eligible 17-year-olds the right to vote in their primary elections.

April 10th 2008
Philadelphia Shows Off Its Blind-Friendly Voting Machines
Philadelphia all news radio station KYW 1060

Just in time for the Democratic Primary, KYW news radio reports Philadelphia's blind voters will have freedom and privacy because of new voting machines.

April 4th 2008
Election systems in Pa. don't get vote of confidence
Pittsburgh Tribune-Review

The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review reports that Pennsylvania's voting system may strain in face of record turnout in the Democratic primary.

March 19th 2008
Bill aims to join popular vote compact
The Providence Journal

FairVote Rhode Island advances the National Popular Vote Plan in the Ocean State.

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.

December 18th 2007
An opportunity to dump the electoral college

Columnist Frank Askin writes about the National Popular Vote plan, and why the time has come to dump the Electoral College.