Throughout American history, however, voter registration has frequently been used as a bureaucratic hurdle placed between eligible Americans and the ballot box.
That’s why Project Vote works across the country to ensure simple, fair, equitable voter registration policies that make it easier, not harder, for eligible citizens to register to vote.
From fighting laws that place unfair restrictions on community-based voter registration drives, to advocating for innovations like Automatic Voter Registration, Online Registration, Same-Day Registration, and Permanent-Portable Registration, Project Vote wants to make sure that every eligible American can register to vote.
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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. Read more
Fact sheet and talking points on the problem with database matching programs. Read more
Fact sheet and talking points about the myth that being registered in more than one state constitutes "voter fraud." Read more
Fact sheet and talking points on the myth that voter impersonation is a widespread problem in American elections. Read more
Fact sheet and talking points on the myth that American elections have a problem with voting by dead people. Read more
Fact sheet and talking points on the myth that millions of non-citizens cast ballots in American elections. Read more
Facts, talking points, and links to studies debunking the myth that "voter fraud" is a widespread problem in American elections. Read more
Maryland's same-day registration bill, HB 345 would "help ensure that all eligible Marylanders can make their voices heard in the political process." Read more
Project Vote testifies in opposition to Virginia’s proof of citizenship bill, SB 1598. Read more
Brad Friedman of the Brad Blog interviews Project Vote president Michael Slater about Trump's voter fraud allegations, and how they signal a massive attack on voting rights. Read more