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Photo: Project Vote How the Obama Administration is Failing Would-Be Voters
By Niyati Shah October 29, 2015

Yesterday, three of America’s leading voting rights organizations—including the organization I work with, Project Vote—wrote to the President of the... Read more


Photo: wyofile via Creative Commons How Electronic Poll Books Improve Elections
By Erin Ferns Lee, Marissa Liebling November 23, 2015

Modernizing our election procedures is a win-win for election officials and voters alike. One such commonsense reform is the adoption... Read more

Election Legislation

Photo- debaird via Creative Commons The Good News, and Bad News, About Voting Rights in America
By Marissa Liebling October 27, 2015

This post was originally published at the American Constitution Society for Law and Policy’s blog, ACS Blog. The year before... 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