TALLAHASSEE - All Voting is Local Florida State Director Brad Ashwell issued the following statement in response to Florida’s new voter registration deadline of 7 p.m. local time today. Gov. Ron DeSantis granted the insufficient deadline extension after the state’s voter registration website crashed for hours on Monday, October 5 - the original deadline to register for the general election
TALLAHASSEE - All Voting is Local Florida and 34 voting rights advocates today urged Gov. Ron DeSantis and Secretary of State Laurel Lee to extend the voter registration deadline for the 2020 general election to 11:59 p.m. on October 7. The request for an extension is in response to the state’s faulty registration website, which was down for hours on the day of the deadline, October 5.
TALLAHASSEE - All Voting is Local Florida State Director Brad Ashwell issued the following statement in response to reports that Florida’s online voter registration (OVR) system has crashed again today - the deadline to register for the November general election:
HARRISBURG — All Voting is Local Pennsylvania State Director Scott Seeborg issued the following statement in response to the Pennsylvania House Committee on State Government’s passage, along party lines, of House Resolution 1032:
“This isn’t oversight, it is obstruction. Pennsylvania’s Department of State must be allowed to do its job. Our democracy is sacred and our votes are too important to allow any politically motivated interference in running a free and fair election where all voices are heard.
LANSING–Voters Not Politicians and All Voting Is Local today launched www.MichiganDropbox.com, a free, easy-to-use online tool for Michigan voters to locate a secure drop box location or their local clerk’s office to cast their absentee ballots in the general election.
On Monday, September 28, 2020 at 6 p.m. MST/PDT (7 p.m. MDT), voting rights experts and advocates from All Voting is Local Arizona, Arizona State University’s Indian Legal Clinic, Election Protection Arizona, and the Inter Tribal Council of Arizona will host a nonpartisan virtual town hall to contact thousands of Arizonans that identify as Native American and/or are living on Tribal land, to answer their questions about voting.