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Taifa Smith Butler, Malaika Jabali, and Udochi Onwubiko from Fireside chat
A fireside chat on why our economy is gaslighting us and how to build a better future
Blog
Ilana Novick
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A diverse group of people voting at the local community center
Private citizens must retain the right to challenge anti-voter laws
Press release/statement
Phi Nguyen
This resource guide is intended to help advocates and local leaders make common-sense improvements to current voter removal practices and oppose bad bills that limit access to the ballot.
Research
Campaign Legal Center
Common Cause
Demos
Fair Elections Center
League of Women Voters
Southern Poverty Law Center
State Voices
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Backlit image of a Black family walking towards the setting sun across an open lawn with a toddler looking over their father's shoulder toward the camera
Spending on our collective well-being helps people keep a roof over their heads, feed their families, and help grow our overall economy.
Blog
Daniella Zessoules
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Voter Registration Application Form
There are many good reasons for states to update their voter rolls in preparation for elections, but a new report contended many are too zealous about it, jeopardizing some people's right to vote.
In the media
Farah Siddiqi
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Line of people waiting to vote
Arizona is in litigation over a 2022 law that could allow for what some are calling “draconian purge practices” that lead to more Arizona voters being disenfranchised.
In the media
Alex Gonzalez
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Pen next to voter registration form and envelope
A study of 10 states’ voter purge policies released earlier this month identified potential barriers to voter participation and urged reform in Indiana and nine others.
In the media
Alex Dalton
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Young Black Girl Voting
Public policy organization Dēmos takes a deep dive into voter suppression and ballot access issues in ten states.
In the media
Rayna Reid Rayford
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Voting Rights Organizations Resolve to Protect Florida Voters as State Continues History of Voter Suppression
More than a decade later, National Voter Registration Day has been endorsed by national associations and the federal government. More than 5 million voters have been registered to vote on the holiday since 2012.
In the media
Gerren Keith Gaynor
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Person looking at bills on their living room couch
"Millions of people anchored by the weight of student loan debt are drowning in pursuit of the American Dream."
Press release/statement
Taifa Smith Butler