CLEVELAND — All Voting is Local Ohio State Director Kayla Griffin issued the following statement in response to recent revelations that Ohio’s county election boards are unilaterally and illegally removing voters with a conviction from their rolls.
WASHINGTON — Wade Henderson, interim president and CEO of The Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights, issued the following statement after Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp signed S.B. 202 into law — an hour after the legislature passed the anti-voting rights measure:
ATLANTA - All Voting is Local Georgia state director Aklima Khondoker issued the following statement urging the legislature to reject Senate Bill 202 and House Bill 531:
DETROIT — Today All Voting is Local Michigan, ACLU of Michigan, Common Cause MI, Michigan League of Conservation Voters Education Fund, Progress Michigan, Pontiac Policy Action Fund, and Voting Rights Lab issued the following statement in response to the introduction of 40 voting-related bills, including measures to curtail access to absentee voting and ballot drop boxes, making it harder for Michiganians to vote:
LAS VEGAS—All Voting is Local Nevada State Director Kerry Durmick issued the following statement in response to the introduction of AB 321, proactive voter-focused legislation which requires county clerks and registrars to mail a ballot to each registered, active Nevada voter for every election, secures ballot drop box availability, and extends the deadline for Native American tribal governments to request a polling place:
Report: Florida Voters of Color, Young Voters and New Voters More Likely to Have Their Absentee Ballots Flagged for Rejection As Cure Rates Vary by County
TALLAHASSEE - All Voting is Local Florida and Daniel A. Smith, professor of political science at the University of Florida, today released Casting, Rejecting, and Curing Vote-by-Mail Ballots in Florida’s 2020 General Election. Across Florida’s 67 counties, voters of color, new voters, and younger voters disproportionately cast absentee ballots that were flagged to be “rejected as illegal.” This report also highlights a glaring lack of consistency in both the standards used by election officials to initially reject absentee ballots and the ability of voters casting them to resolve outstanding issues.