Voting From Overseas

Susan B Anthony

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

140 years ago on June 17, 1873, suffragist Susan B. Anthony began her trial for illegally voting in New York. 

At her trial, the court asked Anthony if she had anything to say on why her sentence should not be pronounced. She responded by fiercely defending her right to vote, arguing that she...

Overseas Voting Reform

For most overseas Americans, the right to vote is their primary means of participating in the American democratic process. Civilian voter turnout overseas has increased steadily in recent years: overseas Americans have historically had higher voter participation rates than their state-side counterparts (typically 3+% of votes cast, for around 2% of the electorate).

In the wake of...

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