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

 New Project Vote Report Examines Efforts to Shut Down VR Drives 

September 23, 2014

WASHINGTON, DC – As America celebrates National Voter Registration Day, voting rights group Project Vote has released a new report examining the restrictions many states have imposed on efforts to help eligible citizens become registered voters.

“Since the civil rights era, voter registration drives have played a key role in bringing unregistered Americans and underrepresented populations into the electorate,” says Michael Slater, executive director for Project Vote. “However, that legacy is now under attack from partisan policy makers who want to make conducting a registration drive prohibitively expensive and risky.”

New Toolkit to Help Public Agencies Implement Voter Registration E-mail

September 12, 2014

altProject Vote is committed to ensuring that public assistance agencies are providing their clients with voter registration services, as required by the National Voter Registration Act (NVRA). Today, we are pleased to release a new tool to help them do just that.

Section 7 of the NVRA: A Toolkit for Public Agencies is a clear, concise guide to the legal requirements and proven best practices of providing mandatory voter registration services under the NVRA. It lays out the NVRA’s requirements in four easy-to-understand steps, and provides general guidance and advice on how public agencies can easily, effectively, and efficiently implement these procedures.

The toolkit also provides guidance for chief election officials on how they can train, facilitate, and monitor agencies to ensure compliance with the NVRA, helping to build a truly representative electorate and avoiding costly legal battles that can result from non-compliance.

You can download this new toolkit here.


Arkansas Neglecting Low-Income Voters, in Violation of Federal Law E-mail

September 3, 2014

LITTLE ROCK, AR – Citing evidence that low-income Arkansas residents have unlawfully been denied the opportunity to register to vote, attorneys from the voting rights groups Demos, the Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law, the NAACP, Project Vote, and the law firm of Proskauer Rose today sent an official notice letter to Secretary of State Mark Martin, informing him that Arkansas public assistance agencies are failing to comply with the National Voter Registration Act (NVRA).

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