All Voting is Local Florida and the Palm Beach County Chapter of ACLU of Florida are calling for Palm Beach county commissioners to fully approve the local supervisor of elections’ budget request to have the necessary resources to provide a secure and accessible voting process for the Nov. 2 election.
A coalition of local pastors, civil rights leaders, activists and Florida organizations is calling for St. Petersburg city officials to provide voters with early voting opportunities ahead of the municipal election in November.
DETROIT— All Voting is Local Michigan, Voters Not Politicians, Detroit Action, and ACCESS released the following statement in response to the Wayne County Commission passing resolutions in support of policies that protect Michigan residents’ right to vote and fight against the anti-voter petition drive being pushed by the “Secure Vote MI” group:
WASHINGTON — All Voting is Local welcomed Michael Krumholtz and Sarah Khan-Williamson as communications managers joining teams across AVL states. Krumholtz will manage communications work in Florida and Pennsylvania while Khan-Williamson will manage communications work in Ohio and Wisconsin.
PITTSBURGH — A coalition of Pennsylvania organizations are urging Allegheny County election officials to adopt pro-voter principles in their planning for the upcoming November elections, as well as future elections. In order to protect the freedom to vote and prevent barriers to the ballot, the organizations are urging the county to take measures that include ensuring the availability of voting options and voter education materials.
PHILADELPHIA — All Voting is Local, the Committee of Seventy, and Common Cause Pennsylvania released today “Ballots for All: Holding Pennsylvania County Jails Accountable for Providing Ballot Access,” a report revealing that 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.