Two Democratic Congressmen have revived a proposed amendment to add the right to vote to the constitution, a proposal that generated responses from numerous voting rights advocates including Heather Gerken and Josh Douglas. Legal battles have arisen in New Hampshire and other states that prohibit ‘ballot selfies‘ in polling places. After four years without commissioners, the EAC held a meeting to elect officers and accredit a new voting system laboratory. Connecticut Secretary of State Denise Merrill’s proposal to revise the current system of appointing registrars met with resistance – from currently-appointed registrars. A Federal judge refused to dismiss a challenge to North Carolina’s voter ID law, ruling that most of the claims in the lawsuit are strong enough to take to trial. Democrats announced a plan to change how Ohio draws its congressional districts that resembles one that the Republican-led General Assembly approved last year for drawing Statehouse districts. Two advocacy groups are asking Canadian courts to set aside new Conservative election rules that they say will make it more difficult for thousands to vote in this year’s federal election and, according to figures from the UK Electoral Commission, almost a million voters – many of them young people and students – have disappeared from the electoral register in the past year.