All Voting is Local Publishes New Report Revealing Troubling Impact of Election Integrity Units in Florida and Ohio

Washington, D.C. – All Voting is Local releases its latest report, “Policing the Vote: Election Integrity Units in Florida and Ohio,” today in collaboration with Florida International University’s Amanda D. Clark and Engage Miami’s Monica A. Bustinza. The groundbreaking report examines the evolution of Election Integrity…

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Poll Worker Rules and Guidelines for Seven States

We all deserve to have our voices heard in free and fair elections. But nationwide, conspiracy theorists are being recruited to be election workers, threatening to infiltrate our elections to silence our voices and give themselves power. That’s why we worked with the Brennan Center for Justice to summarize…

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Ballots for All: Improving Language Access for Nevada Voters

In 2021, a NV law was enacted that requires all county and city clerks to send every active registered voter a mail ballot before a primary or general election. Though a massive win for NV voters, for this benefit to truly reach every NV voter, election officials must offer ballots and voting materials in the languages that Nevadans actually read and speak.

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Voter Policies Are Nonexistent in Ohio Jails

In 2020, All Voting is Local Ohio teamed up with statewide advocates to assess how difficult it is for eligible voters in jail to cast a ballot. We wanted to know: Did county jails and boards of elections have policies and procedures to facilitate the voting and registration of eligible voters in jails, and did they cooperate with volunteers who sought to provide those services?

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Ensuring that Eligible Voters in Florida Jails Have Access to the Ballot

All Voting is Local Florida and the ACLU of Florida teamed up to assess how difficult it is for eligible voters in Florida jails to cast a ballot. We wanted to know: Did county jails have policies and procedures to facilitate the voting and registration of eligible voters in jails, and did they cooperate with volunteers who sought to provide those services?

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