Voting

Protecting the National Electoral Process

In its first issue (March 25, 2018, The Gerrymander Effect in State and National Elections), VoxFairfax characterized the Electoral College results stemming from the 2016 presidential election as a national gerrymander. Subsequent evaluation of the election results (April 6, 2018,… Read More ›

How Absolute is the Right to Vote?

The right to vote is not absolute across all members of our society. Individuals under the age of 18 and those deemed mentally unfit are precluded from voting. Attention lately has been focused on the disenfranchisement of felons, both those… Read More ›

Brickbats Come with the Territory

Reporting on politics can be dicey, as anyone involved in the craft will relate. This field of endeavor is literally laden with land mines and brickbats from readers and other critics. Last week, The New York Times, in its international… Read More ›

Landmark Redistricting Reform Passed in Virginia

Editors’ Note: We reprint here excerpts from an important letter from OneVirginia2021, which has been working tirelessly for redistricting reform in the Commonwealth. It contains crucial information and links to associated events. What Happened? Saturday, February 23rd, the Virginia General… Read More ›