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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Project Vote submitted testimony to the Indiana House Elections and Apportionment Committee in opposition to voter registration cancellations bill SB 442.
Project Vote is urging Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe to veto a harmful voter registration bill that recently passed the legislature.
Reinstating "exact match" requirements that were just the subject of a lawsuit, HB 268 is bad for Georgia voters, and would almost certainly end up the subject of further litigation.
Plaintiff’s opposition to defendant’s motion to dismiss for lack of jurisdiction.
Project Vote urged Governor McAuliffe to veto "No Match, No Vote" bill, SB 1581.
Appellant's reply brief in ACRU v. Philadelphia City Commissioners
A new Georgia elections bill raised the ire of voter advocacy groups, who say it could disproportionately hurt minority Georgians trying to join the state’s voter rolls.
Fact sheet and talking points on the problem with database matching programs.
Fact sheet and talking points about the myth that being registered in more than one state constitutes "voter fraud."
Facts, talking points, and links to studies debunking the myth that "voter fraud" is a widespread problem in American elections.