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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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Just over three months into 2015, the battle for the 2016 election is already being fought in legislatures across the country. Since January, lawmakers on the state and federal levels have introduced over 180 bills that would change voting laws. 

Legislative Threats and Opportunities: Spring 2015, Project Vote's Erin Ferns Lee summaries the content, status, and potential impact of bills introduced since the beginning of the year.

Download the full report, key findings, and individual tables here. 


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