Project Vote is a preeminent source of information on election and voting issues that affect underrepresented Americans.
Our research and publications cover a wide range of topics, including the composition of the electorate, state compliance with federal election law, and policy issues that improve access or raise barriers to democracy.
Additionally, Project Vote provides the voting rights community with an array of tools and resources to assist in advocacy and voter engagement efforts.
Under the NVRA, when you change your address at the DMV, it's supposed to update your voter registration as well. Too many states are failing to comply with this law. This new report summarizes the scope of the problem, and offers solutions. Read more
Analyzing data from the U.S. Census Bureau's Current Population Survey, Representational Bias reviews the story of who was eligible to vote, who was registered to vote, and who did vote in the 2014 general election. Read more
A new, comprehensive report explains two models for how states can implement automatic voter registration while remaining compliant with the voter registration requirements of the National Voter Registration Act (NVRA). Read more
Analyzing data from the U.S. Census Bureau's Current Population Survey, Representational Bias reviews the story of who was eligible to vote, who was registered to vote, and who did vote in the 2012 general election. Read more
This report summarizes the findings of a poll, conducted in July 2010, which reveals that most Americans are dissatisfied with the current state of the country, but a clear majority of them want their government to do more, not less. Read more
In this 2009 report, Estelle H. Rogers summarizes both the triumphs and the failings of the 15-year-old National Voter Registration Act, and makes recommendations for finally and fully realizing its promise, with a focus on four key sections of the law. Read more