Voting Matters Blog

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Photo: Jimmy Emerson via Creative Commons Voting Rights Fight in Georgia Grows More Intense
By Erin Ferns Lee October 24, 2016

The fight for voting rights in Georgia isn’t new; we have been working there for years. Read more


Photo- paulhami via Creative Commons Good News in Lawsuit to Protect NC Voters
By Michael Slater October 28, 2016

A federal judge has ordered North Carolina election officials to take actions to protect eligible citizens and allow them to vote by provisional ballot on November 8. Read more

Election Legislation

The Supreme Court of the United States Legislative Threats and Opportunities Update
By Marissa Liebling September 16, 2016

While legislative activity has slowed over the summer, the legal battles over election laws are heating up. Project Vote Legislative Director Marissa Liebling discusses the current landscape. Read more

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The Disenfranchisement of Communities through the Criminal Justice System

By Erin Ferns Lee October 18, 2010

Expanding ballot access to all voting-age citizens, particularly the millions who are living and working in our communities with past... Read more