Pennsylvania and Kentucky set the example for how to make online registration more convenient and inclusive.
Many states proposed new laws that, if passed, could affect a citizen’s access to voter registration and ultimately, the ballot box in November.
Project Vote policy analyst, Colline Ferrier offers a visual on how NVRA compliance improves voter registration in Pennsylvania.
In Illinois, there was one factor that hiked voter participation rates in 2016: same day registration.
Gov. Walker approved a bill that keeps the poor from registering to vote.
Project Vote attorney Brian Mellor provides technical assistance trainings to voter registration drives.
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
This week, a federal court heard a case "that will determine the outcome of one of the most unprecedented attacks against voting rights in history." Read more
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
“As Maine goes, so goes the nation.” Let us hope the original bellwether state is no longer an accurate indicator... Read more