Press Releases, State News / August 18, 2020

Shame on Secretary of State Raffensperger for Trying to Confuse and Exclude Voters

ATLANTA – Aklima Khondoker, All Voting is Local Georgia state director, issued the following statement in response to Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger’s ploy to move thousands of registered voters to inactive status less than three months before Election Day:  

Press Releases, State News / August 17, 2020

Advisory: Florida Voting Rights Advocates Highlight Necessary Reforms for November

On Wednesday, August 19 at 10 a.m. EST, leading voting rights experts and advocates from All Voting is Local, League of Women Voters, Poder Latinx, and NAACP Legal Defense and Education Fund, will host a telephone press briefing to discuss Florida’s election officials’ performance during the primary election. Speakers will discuss the obstacles that defined the primary and offer policy recommendations to remedy the problems that created barriers to the ballot.

Press Releases, State News / August 12, 2020

November Election is Georgia’s Last Chance to Learn From Previous Mistakes

ATLANTA - Voting rights experts and advocates from All Voting is Local Georgia, ACLU of Georgia, Black Voters Matter, Common Cause Georgia, National Federation for the Blind-Georgia, and New Georgia Project in a telephone press briefing expressed disappointment in Secretary of State Raffensperger and Georgia officials’ performance during Tuesday’s runoff election and stressed the urgency of critical changes before Georgians vote in November.

Press Releases, State News / August 12, 2020

Georgia Election Officials Fail Voters – Again

ATLANTA — Aklima Khondoker, All Voting is Local Georgia state director, issued the following statement on Georgia’s August 11 primary runoff, where machine failures, poll place changes without notice, police presence, and inadequate poll worker training continued to plague Georgia’s elections and disenfranchise exasperated voters. 

Press Releases, State News / August 11, 2020

Media Advisory: Voting Rights Leaders to Assess Georgia’s Primary Runoff and Discuss Critical Election Changes for November

On Wednesday, August 12, 2020, at 10:00 a.m. EST, voting rights experts and advocates from All Voting is Local Georgia, ACLU of Georgia, Black Voters Matter, Common Cause Georgia, National Federation for the Blind-Georgia, and New Georgia Project will host a telephone press briefing to evaluate Georgia officials’ performance during Tuesday’s runoff election and discuss critical changes to help more Georgians vote in November. Speakers will discuss how officials executed the August 11 runoff and offer recommendations for avoiding unnecessary problems in November’s general election.

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