Sep 23 / Erin Ferns Lee

On National Voter Registration Day, a Look at How States Restrict Voter Registration

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As we celebrate National Voter Registration Day, Project Vote is pleased to release the latest policy paper in our Issues in Election Administration series, Restricting Voter Registration Drives.

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Sep 19 / Erin Ferns Lee

Study Finds 24,000 Transgender Citizens Could Be Blocked from Voting in November

Battles over voter ID are raising concern across the nation just weeks away from the November 4 election. While Wisconsin implements its “eleventh hour” voter ID changes, potentially affecting thousands of voters, a new study looks at the potential impact of strict voter ID laws in Wisconsin and other states on thousands more citizens.

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Sep 18 / Kate Bass

Navigator Organizations Prepare to Help People Access Health Care, Voter Registration

Project Vote staff pose with health exchange enrollment assisters at one of our voter registration trainings earlier this year.

The Department of Health and Human Services announced last week that it was granting $60 million to Navigator organizations in states using the Federally-facilitated Health Benefits Exchange.

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Aug 15 / Michael Slater

Project Vote Releases New Policy Paper on Voter Registration Transparency

Today, Project Vote is pleased to release the latest policy paper in our Issues in Election Administration series, Voter Registration Transparency.

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Aug 7 / Michael Slater

Arizona Public Agencies Once Again Failing to Comply with Voter Registration Law

Just six years after Arizona was investigated by the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) for failure to comply with Section 7 of the National Voter Registration Act (NVRA), the state is once again neglecting its federal obligations to help low-income citizens register to vote through public assistance agencies.

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