Voter registration is only the first step: we also have to make sure that registrants get on the rolls, and stay on the rolls.
That’s why Project Vote works to protect eligible voters from
wrongful purges, voter caging, “ no match, no vote” programs, and other dangerous efforts to “clean-up” the lists.
Additionally, we fight to make sure that voter registration and list maintenance policies are publicly transparent, in order to ensure that states are not using arbitrary, error-prone, or politically-motivated criteria for rejecting applicants or purging voters.
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A panel of Third Circuit Court of Appeals judges heard oral arguments on a Philadelphia voter purge case.
Montgomery County elections officials said they will review registration procedures in response to allegations from a conservative watchdog group that the county’s rolls are packed with ineligible voters — even as advocates and county Elections Board staff raised questions about the group’s claims.
A “conservative legal watchdog group” has targeted Maryland’s largest county in its latest effort to force election officials to purge...
Project Vote and Demos respond to Judicial Watch’s threat to sue the state of Maryland for purported violations of the National Voter Registration Act regarding voter list maintenance.
Project Vote submitted testimony to the Texas House Committee on Elections in opposition to "Crosscheck" voter list maintenance bill HB 3422.
A Virginia voter registration bill that threatened eligible citizens is no longer a threat.
A settlement between the Maricopa County Recorder's Office and a national voting-rights group could shine a light on how voters are removed from voting rolls across Greater Phoenix.
Project Vote and the office of Adrian Fontes, Maricopa Co. Recorder, announced the settlement of a lawsuit over the transparency of voter registration records.
A settlement agreement between Maricopa County, Arizona and Project Vote, to ensure that election protection groups have fair and reasonable access to voter registration records as required by the NVRA.
Now that the political climate has changed and is aided by weakened voting protections, states are taking it upon themselves to investigate and pass laws that prevent voter fraud.