Press Releases, State News / May 16, 2022

Florida Election Officials Must Do More to Make Transgender Voters Feel Safe at the Polls

TALLAHASSEE —  A coalition of voting rights and LGBTQ advocacy groups today urged Florida elections officials to adopt a set of recommended practices that will allow transgender voters to feel safe while casting their votes. Transgender voters have expressed fears about being misgendered by poll workers or being denied access to the ballot because their gender expression does not match their photo identifications, among other worries like voter intimidation.

Media, Press Releases / April 25, 2022

Nevada Census Data Reveals Urgent Need for Ballots and Voter Materials in Several Languages

LAS VEGAS — In partnership with the Culinary Union, the Asian Community Development Council, Planned Parenthood of the Rocky Mountains, and Silver State Voices, All Voting is Local released Ballots for All: Improving Language Access for Nevada Voters in both English and Spanish to highlight the need for translated ballots and voter education materials in the state.

Press Releases, State News / April 5, 2022

Georgia’s Renewed Anti-Voting Legislation Perpetuates the Big Lie  

ATLANTA — All Voting is Local Georgia State Campaign Manager Lana Goitia Paz issued the following statement in response to the Georgia legislature passing Senate Bill 441, which expands the powers of the Georgia Bureau of Investigation to look into election-related cases:

Press Releases, State News / March 31, 2022

Federal Judge Confirms That Major Aspects of Florida’s Anti-Voting Law Are Unconstitutional

TALLAHASSEE — All Voting is Local Florida State Director Brad Ashwell issued the following statement in response to a federal judge’s ruling Thursday that parts of Senate Bill 90 (signed into law last year) are unconstitutional:

Press Releases, State News / March 29, 2022

Voting Rights Groups Urge Florida Gov. DeSantis to Veto Latest Anti-Voter Legislation

TALLAHASSEE — A coalition of voting rights groups today urged Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis to veto Senate Bill 524, which would have widespread consequences on elections in the state. The Florida Legislature recently passed the bill that, among other things, would create an Office of Election Crimes and Security and raise the cap of aggregate annual fines on third-party groups that register voters to $50,000.

Press Releases, State News / March 16, 2022

Philadelphia Mayor Must Allocate Additional Funding to Expand Voting Materials in More Languages

PHILADELPHIA —  Citizens for Language Access, a coalition of local civil rights and immigrant-led groups, is urging Philadelphia Mayor James F. Kenney to allocate funding to the Philadelphia City Commissioners to create voting materials in more languages.

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