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dc_pride_diability_access_vote_sign Through the Eyes of Poll Workers
By Archita Taylor, Marissa Liebling June 21, 2016

As election lawyers and advocates, Project Vote's Archita Taylor and Marissa Liebling study a great deal about voting. But they never knew the experience of poll workers until serving in the 2016 D.C. primaries. Read more

News

virginia_vr_form_cclicense_aaronwebb New Voter Registration Form Could Reduce Unnecessary Rejections
By Michelle Kanter Cohen April 29, 2016

In July, Virginia will launch a new and improved version of its state voter registration form, which will help avoid confusion and reduce the number of eligible voters who are rejected for minor administrative errors. Read more

Election Legislation

(Sarah Hattie/Creative Commons) Groups Tell Gov. Kasich to Veto Bill That Violates Voting Rights
By Erin Ferns Lee May 31, 2016

Project Vote and Ohio advocacy groups urge Governor Kasich to veto a bill that would make it harder to keep polling places open in the event of an emergency. Read more

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Efforts to Engage Youth Voters through Preregistration Underway

By PV Admin January 21, 2010

Last week, the Arizona Legislature introduced a Preregistration bill in the House, bringing it one step closer to allowing 16- and 17-year-olds to preregister to vote. If passed, Arizona would join Florida, Hawaii, North Carolina, and soon, Rhode Island in their efforts to engage youth before they may legally vote. Read more