Voting Rights Laws

Voting Rights Laws

We are at the forefront of the most important federal and state voting rights cases around the country. We actively oppose discriminatory voter photo ID laws, fight against attacks voter registration process and hold lawmakers accountable when they try to institute last-minute Election Day barriers. We work year-round to combat voter suppression through advocacy, grassroots organizing, legal action and public education.

Ballot dropoff box on sidewalk

Action Alerts

The House of Representatives passed H.R. 1 on March 8, 2019 and sent it to the Senate. Companion legislation has been introduced in the Senate.

Diverse group of young people using phones and computers

Action Alerts

Our Texas election system cannot assure us of accurate and secure registered voter rolls. Modern systems exist in other states that are more accurate, safe and secure – and cost much less!

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Work with the Common Pleas Court to consider expanding the jury pool to include citizens with drivers’ licenses and state IDs

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Support LWVUS Campaign for Making Democracy Work
Stop Senate Bill 9 Zombies Now Attached to House Bill 2911

Action Alerts

Request Chair Klick and Speaker Bonnen stop progress of Senate-
amended HB 2911

Action Alerts

In 2018, California voters had the right to register and vote up to and including Election Day. Unfortunately, most Californians could not access Election Day Registration. This must change! 

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The PA Department of State has mandated that all counties in PA replace older voting machines by 2020 with new machines with auditable paper records. The Danaher voting machines which Bucks County has used for the last 13 years are past due for replacement. But more importantly, they do not provide a paper record that can be used for recounts.
Group gathered at the Texas Capitol in opposition to SB9

Action Alerts

Urge your Senator and Representative to OPPOSE SB9. Email today!

Action Alerts

Voters across the country voted for democracy reform up and down the ballot in 2018, sending the 116th Congress a clear message that the country is ready for bold, comprehensive democracy reforms.  
   
Event Date: 
Mar 19 2019 - 5:30pm
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Left of Center

Questions about past and future elections? if so, Michelle Baldwin, Registrar of Voters from Tulare County will be our featured speaker at our next meeting. This is a dinner meeting. Doors open at 5:30 p.m. Cost is $17.

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