What Simple Question Can Increase Voter Turnout?

Sometimes elections, particularly local elections, come down to only a handful of votes. While all the moral support in the world is nice, a candidate cannot win an election until they get their supporters into the voting booth. Here's one way to help get that final all-important commitment.

questionSometimes elections, particularly local elections, come down to only a handful of votes. While all the moral support in the world is nice, a candidate cannot win an election until they get their supporters into the voting booth. Read More...

Are You Voting Next Week?

Next Tuesday (11/3)  is a big day for many of our US clients. But because it's not a presidential or midterm election, voter turnout at the polls tends to be low. That's a shame, because many of the elections are for local offices, the elected officials who have a large impact on our daily lives. Turnout is even worse for local elections that do not fall on November. If you can vote next week, do...

local votingNext Tuesday (11/3)  is a big day for many of our US clients. But because it’s not a presidential or midterm election, voter turnout at the polls tends to be low. Read More...

State Election and Voting Information Links

Below is a list of the election information pages for all fifty states, including the District of Columbia. You'll find links to state filing information, candidate lists, campaign finance information and more.

Below is a list of the voting and state election board information for all fifty states, including the District of Columbia. You’ll find links to each state’s filing requirements, candidate lists, campaign finance information, registration deadlines, filing deadlines and more. Read More...

One Vote Can Make All The Difference

It's true. A single vote can change the course of a local election - or it can even change history! Consider these examples: By one vote in 1875, France chose a republican rather than a monarchical form of government. One vote cost King Charles I of England his head in 1649. President Andrew Johnson survived his Senate impeachment trial by a single vote. California, Oregon, Texas, and Washington were each admitted as states by a...

It’s true. A single vote can change the course of a local election – or it can even change history! Read More...

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