Want to make sure you don’t miss the month’s best opinion pieces, deep dives, and analysis? Here’s your monthly roundup of must-read articles on voting rights from around the web:
1. Lowering the voting age has the potential to cause a “trickle up” effect, where allowing young people to vote makes their parents more likely to vote, as well. This effect was observed in a study of families in Denmark and offers another reason to support lowering the voting age.
2. Didn’t follow the ins and outs of the Pennsylvania redistricting case? The Washington Post offers a neat recap of the new map drawn by the Pennsylvania Supreme Court in consultation with an independent redistricting expert and Republican’s subsequent calls for judicial impeachment.
3. In a recent report on election security, the Center for American Progress assesses the election infrastructure in each state with an eye towards planning for the future. They seek to establish a baseline of minimum standards necessary to help states secure their elections.