PHOENIX--All Voting is Local Arizona State Director Alex Gulotta will testify before the House Administration Committee today in their field hearing, “Voting Rights and Election Administration in Arizona.”
Voting Rights Organizations Urge Philadelphia Elections Officials to Publicize Polling Place Changes for November 5 Election
All Voting is Local, the ACLU of Pennsylvania, Campaign Legal Center, the Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law, the Pennsylvania Immigration & Citizenship Coalition, and Pennsylvania Voice sent a letter today to Philadelphia City Commissioners urging them to inform voters about widespread polling place changes throughout the city -- decisions made just days before the November 5 municipal election.
National Voting Rights Organization Launches Campaign with Ohio HBCUs to Tackle Barriers to Voting for Students
WILBERFORCE, OH—All Voting is Local joined students from Central State and Wilberforce universities, Ohio’s two Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs), to announce a year-long voter empowerment campaign to tackle barriers to voting for students.
TALLAHASSEE-- All Voting is Local Florida State Director Brad Ashwell issued the following statement in response to Florida officials’ decision to take the state’s online voter registration system offline for maintenance just days before National Voter Registration Day on Tuesday, September 24.
ADVISORY–Students and Voting Rights Organizations to Announce Voter Empowerment Campaign to Tackle Voting Problems at Ohio HBCUs
WILBERFORCE, OHIO--On Tuesday, September 24, National Voter Registration Day, voting rights organizations All Voting is Local and Campus Vote Project will join students at Central State University for a press event to announce a campaign to empower voters and remove obstacles to the ballot for students at Ohio’s two HBCUs, Central State and Wilberforce Universities.
"Florida’s move to a high-tech nationwide compact to ensure accurate voting rolls comes with a golden opportunity to convert 4.2 million eligible Floridians into registered voters. But so far, the state’s only plan to reach these citizens is stuck in the last century: snail mail.