All Voting is Local’s Executive Director Reacts to U.S. Department of Justice’s Indictment of Former President Donald Trump
August 1, 2023 WASHINGTON, D.C. — All Voting is Local’s Executive Director, Hannah Fried issued the following statement in response to the federal indictment of former President Donald Trump and his efforts to subvert the will of the voters in 2020 and remain in power. “Nobody is above the law,…
Pennsylvania county jails do not have a universal process for voter registration, voting-by-mail, or voter education—effectively disenfranchising eligible voters in jail throughout the state.
Ohio Secretary of State LaRose Must Create Consistent Standards for Collecting Election Data Across Counties
CLEVELAND--The Ohio Voter Rights Coalition called on Secretary of State Frank LaRose to require universal standards for how Ohio’s 88 counties collect election data, a move that is critical in bolstering public confidence in the state’s election system.
TALLAHASSEE- All Voting is Local Florida called on Mike Hogan, Duval County’s Supervisor of Elections, to send all registered voters vote by mail applications and aggressively expand education efforts to inform county residents how to safely participate in the August 18 primary and general election.
Our democracy works best when all eligible voters participate. The fundamental right to vote is central to the full and equal participation of people in America. Especially in the midst of a global pandemic, it is critical that all eligible voters have a say in who represents our interests. Every vote matters. Unfortunately, too many eligible voters face needless and discriminatory barriers that limit this right. This is particularly true of eligible voters in Wisconsin county jails.
ATLANTA — Aklima Khondoker, Georgia State Director of All Voting is Local, issued the following statement in response to Georgia legislators’ rush to advance SB 463, which would ban state election officials from mailing absentee ballot applications to eligible voters, threatening to silence them. The bill only aims to further restrict access to the ballot on the heels of Georgia’s catastrophic primary election on June 9 and could pass as early as tomorrow.