Using, protecting, and rocking the vote.
by Jeff Kaplanposted Jul 29, 2007
- Whether the issue is water rights, big-box stores, meddling in local politics, or the taking of citizen's lands, almost every community in the United States - if not the world - is being harmed by excessive corporate power. Strategies of resistance need to invoke the people's right to exercise democratic power over corporations and governments.
by Kaitlin Sopoci-Belknapposted Jul 29, 2007
- In Arcata, California, and the rest of Humboldt County, non-local corporations are banned from politics.
SOL :: Princeton report into voting security
by Doug Pibelposted Dec 06, 2006
- Diebold DRE voting machines are easy to subvert, and have serious security problems
Recipe for a Cooked Election
by Greg Palastposted Aug 09, 2006
- In the 2004 election, more than 3 million ballots were never counted. Palast explains where they went, but also provides an example of hopeful voting reform in New Mexico.
Democracy: the (Re)Claiming of Democracy
by Doug Pibelposted Feb 22, 2006
- In danger of losing their vote and voice, Americans are demanding a return to the founding principles.
One Easy Solution for Democracy
by Fran Kortenposted Aug 25, 2004
- One Easy Solution for Democracy - In this nail-biter of an election, the third-party “spoiler” effect could be devastating. But there’s a simple solution: Instant Runoff Voting
Young Righteous - And Voting
by William Upski Wimsattposted May 20, 2004
- Electoral politics and youth, League of Hip-hop voters, League of Young Voters, League of Pissed Off Voters, Young, Righteous - and Voting by William Upski Wimsatt,
Getting Out the Vote
by Megan Tadyposted May 20, 2004
- Getting Out the Vote Guide, Voter turnout, voter mobilization
Update Voting Rules
by Robert Richieposted May 20, 2004
- Update Voting Rules by Robert Richie - Instant Runoff Voting, Full/Proportiona Representation, Fusion, Ballot Access. Center for Voting and Democracy
Government of the People :: Discussion Guide
posted May 20, 2004
- Think about relatives, colleagues, or neighbors who have a very different perspective on issues you care about. What is the foundation for their deeply held views? Are there values you hold in common? Do these suggest issues on which you might find common ground? What language might help find that common ground?
Safeguarding the Vote
by Doug Pibelposted May 20, 2004
- Safeguarding the Vote By Doug Pibel, electronic voting machine issues, computerized voting problems, accountability in touch-screen voting.
Whose Voting Machines?
by Doug Pibelposted Dec 31, 2003
- Voting Machine Corporations Controlled by Republicans tied to Bush
Voters Bill of Rights
posted Mar 31, 2001
- How we can make sure the mistakes of the 2000 elections never happen again
Corporate Democracy, Civic Disrespect
by James Galbraithposted Mar 31, 2001
- Why america has gone from a constitutional republic to a corporate democracy and what to do about it.