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How Voter Roll Purges Strip Eligible Voters Of Their Rights Across The Country

Thousands of eligible voters in places like Indiana, Ohio and more are mistakenly denied the right to vote due to these practices
Kimberley Richards
12.14.17
The Rundown

NFL Protests Prompt Every Miami Dolphins Player to Register to Vote

Your guide to the NFL protests, what’s working, what’s not and what you can do about it.
Aaron Barksdale
12.11.17
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This Obama-Era Policy Makes Voting Easier for Military and Expats Overseas

As part of our Vote Now series, VICE Impact will feature stories that highlight historic moments of voter expansion in the US.
Impact Staff
12.7.17
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The National Voter Registration Act Made It Easier for Countless Americans to Vote

As part of our Vote Now series, VICE Impact will feature stories that highlight historic moments of voter expansion in the US.
Impact Staff
12.5.17
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From 21 to 18, the Right to Vote for Young People Didn't Happen Overnight

As part of our Vote Now series, VICE Impact will feature stories that highlight historic moments of voter expansion in the US.
Impact Staff
12.1.17
Frontier

Adopting Denmark's Unorthodox Prison System Could Benefit Ex-Offenders in America

Some Scandinavian detainees live and work like regular citizens despite criminal convictions. Would so-called 'open prisons' work in the US?
Alexis Chemblette
11.28.17
Voices

Australia's Gay Marriage Win Proves How Important It Is to Get Everyone to Vote

Over seven million Australians voted “Yes” for marriage equality after a nationwide campaign mobilization.
Sally Rugg
11.20.17
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Women Fought and Earned the Right to Vote Nearly 100 Years Ago

As part of our Vote Now series, VICE Impact will be featuring content and campaigns that address a broken electoral system in America, and how the nation can do better.
Impact Staff
11.13.17
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Voting in America is Broken, so How Do We Fix it?

To commemorate the one-year anniversary of the buckwild 2016 election, we’re taking a look at what’s working and what’s not when it comes to the electoral process in the United States, and how we expand voting to more people.
Nick Chedli Carter
11.9.17
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117 Million People Didn’t Vote in the 2016 Presidential Election

To mark the one-year anniversary of the 2016 election, VICE Impact will feature facts that illustrate a broken electoral system in America, and how the nation can do better.
Impact Staff
11.8.17
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Millennials Make up as Many Votes as Baby Boomers, but Are the Worst at Voter Turnout

For the week leading up to the one-year anniversary of the 2016 elections, VICE Impact will be featuring facts that illustrate a broken electoral system in America, and how the nation can do better.
Impact Staff
11.3.17
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Republicans Are 20 Percent More Likely to Vote Than Democrats in Midterm Elections

For the week leading up to the one-year anniversary of the 2016 elections, VICE Impact will be featuring facts that illustrate a broken electoral system in America, and how the nation can do better.
Impact Staff
11.2.17
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