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Project Vote is the preeminent source of information on election and voting issues that affect underrepresented Americans. Our research and publications cover a wide range of topics, including electorate composition and state compliance with federal election law as well as broader policy issues that improve access or raise barriers to democracy. The following works come in an array of formats, from expansive reports, briefing papers, guides, and fact sheets to model bills, legal opinions, and testimony. You can search for publications by issue, state, or program area.

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altWe hear a lot about government transparency in policy debates these days, but very rarely in the context of voter registration. Project Vote hopes to change that. Voter registration transparency is essential for protecting the rights of voters and ensuring a fair and just democratic system. 
In this new policy brief, Project Vote Election Counsel Michelle Kanter Cohen addresses the importance of transparency in the voter registration and list maintenance processes, discusses current law and litigation, and reviews some best practices for making voter registration information available to the public.

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