Celebrate the National Voter Registration Act by building a more inclusive democracy

Twenty-five years ago today, our democracy took a major step forward with the enactment of the bipartisan National Voter Registration Act (NVRA), which opened up the voter registration process to Americans left out of the electorate. Yet millions of eligible voters remain unregistered. To fulfill the promise of the NVRA, states must do much more to ensure all Americans have a voice in our democracy. [...]

Our country is strongest when every voice can be heard - when every eligible citizen can cast a ballot and have it counted. Twenty-five years after the NVRA, we're still striving for this ideal. States should celebrate this anniversary by renewing their commitment to free, fair and inclusive elections where we all have a say in our democracy.