Category: Project Vote News

Voting Rights Advocates Settle Long-Running Voter Registration Suit

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Victory in Massachusetts

MassHealth, EOHHS, and SOC Agree To Remedy NVRA Compliance Problems Read more

It’s About Time

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On the eve of her retirement, Project Vote Legislative Director Estelle Rogers reflects on her time—and time itself—in the progressive movement. Read more

Voter Registrations Drop Sharply at N.C. Public Assistance Agencies

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According to a notice letter sent today, voter registration applications initiated at public assistance agencies have dropped dramatically since Gov. Pat McCrory took office. Read more

New Organizing Institute and Project Vote Announce New Home for DECC

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“DECC is a vital piece of the voter engagement infrastructure, and a critical bridge between engagement efforts and ongoing community organizing,” said Amy Busefink, deputy director of Project Vote. Read more

Voter Empowerment Act would Improve Elections for Both Voters and Officials

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Today, the Voter Empowerment Act (VEA) was introduced in the House of Representatives. Estelle Rogers, legislative director for Project Vote,... Read more

New Research Memo Looks at Who in America Has Photo ID

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With voter ID a hot-button topic in state legislatures, Project Vote is pleased today to release a new research memo... Read more

Project Vote and Partners Move to Enforce “Motor Voter” in Calif.

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Today, attorneys from Project Vote, Demos, the ACLU Foundation of San Diego, and the law firm of Morrison & Foerster... Read more

New Report Identifies Gaps in the American Electorate

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Today, Project Vote is pleased to release Representational Bias in the 2012 Electorate, a major new report that presents a... Read more

Highlights of 2014

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Now that 2014 has come to a close, we’re looking back at what an eventful year it was! From our... Read more

Thank You!

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