As we work to protect and repair our democracy, making voting more accessible is a goal for encouraging more people to vote in elections. The technology already exists to allow us to vote securely on our smartphones as showcased in this overview on mobile voting.
- Cyber, election experts to study concept of online voting - The Fulcrum ›
- All voting has problems, so just vote with your phone - The Fulcrum ›
- Controversial mobile voting pilot in Seattle - The Fulcrum ›
In this edition of #ListenFirst Friday, Miles Thompson introduces us to Civic Citizens as they work to help citizens impact their local communities though civic education and engagement.
- Why we should bring our politics to the table - The Fulcrum ›
- How groups can help bridge the political divide - The Fulcrum ›
- Listen First Project - The Fulcrum ›
Joy Mayer just launched a bold effort to help conservatives trust journalists. What will it take for America's local journalists to tell stories responsibly—not just for liberals, whose views most journalists identify with, but also for conservatives, whose views are easier for most journalists to misunderstand, neglect, or dismiss?
Joy, director of the Trusting News Project, joins host and fellow journalist Mónica Guzmán to count down six things right-leaning news consumers wish journalists would do better—and some things all news readers can do to support the American promise of journalism as a critical public service in this episode of the Braver Angels podcast.
- Poll finds conservatives believe QAnon conspiracy theories - The ... ›
- Conservative Media Blasts 'Skullduggery' in NC Redistricting Battles ... ›
- Report: Anti-conservative bias in social media is unfounded - The ... ›