National Voter Registration Act
In 1993, President Clinton signed a federal law to ensure that all Americans had the opportunity to register to vote. The National Voter Registration Act (NVRA) mandated not only that Americans have a chance to register to vote when they get a driver's license, but also when they visit public...
NEW YORK -- In a new analysis released today, national policy center Demos announced a major milestone in its work to build a more inclusive democracy: Across five states, more than one million additional low-income Americans, the most vulnerable of “the 99%”, have filled out voter registration...
A marked change in course can be seen at the end of 2006, when Demos and partners' NVRA enforcement work began in earnest.
The greatest impact of NVRA implementation was seen in Missouri and Ohio.
As public concern grows over deepening economic and political inequality, there’s good news to report in five states: 1 million additional members of the 99 percent have filled out voter registration forms at public assistance agencies since 2007. This milestone reflects Demos’ work helping five...
Senator Chuck Schumer wrote to U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder, calling for stronger enforcement of voter registration provisions in the National Voter Registration Act of 1993. In this letter, Sen. Schumer cites work done by Demos in Ohio to force the state to social service voter...
We write on behalf of the Michigan State Conference of the NAACP, persons eligible to register to vote that it represents, and others similarly situated to notify you that the State of Michigan is not in compliance with Section 7 of the National Voter Registration Act of 1993 (“NVRA...