New articles in Human Rights: enfranchisement

If you had any doubts about the real intent of “voter ID” laws. read

Open spots in SCOTUS Texas “one person, one vote” ruling “But the court did not rule on another critical issue the case raised, leaving open the question of whether states have the right to choose for themselves whether to draw districts based on total population or eligible voter population.” read

New articles in Human Rights: enfranchisement

New UK study on widening internet access and voting behavior. “more-educated individuals tend to use the internet to get information and vote, while less-educated individuals tend to use if more for entertainment – they become less politically involved, and vote less. As a response to these differential effects, more-educated individuals become more influential in the democratic process, thus slanting policy choices more in their favour.” read