Our data was cited on page 34 of Immigrant Voting and the Movement for Inclusion in San Francisco, a joint publication of Chinese for Affirmative “Democracy Deserts data cited in immigrant voting rights report”
What if a city held an election, and less than half the adults who lived in that city were allowed to vote? Would you call that city a democracy?
ICI urges state to stand up for civil rights As the US Supreme Court becomes ever more scornful of individual rights, the residents of California “Time for California to step up (Yes on Prop 1)”
In June 2010, Californians joined most of the rest of the democratic world by amending our constitution to require our elected officials to receive a majority of votes to “Vote NO on the Recall”
The United States is one of very few countries where a citizen can be permanently stripped of their right to vote for committing a crime. “Prop 17: YES to ending felon disenfranchisement in California”
Currently, you have to be at least 18 years of age to cast a vote in California. This allows 17-year-olds to vote in primary elections “Prop 18: no recommendation on (somewhat) reducing the voting age”