Media, Press Releases, State News / July 14, 2020

Media Advisory: Medical Professionals Discuss Michigan Election Reforms Amid COVID-19

On Wednesday, July 15, 2020 at 11 a.m. EST, All Voting is Local Michigan and leading medical professionals will host a telephone press briefing to discuss necessary reforms to the upcoming elections through a public health lens.

Media, Press Releases, State News / July 13, 2020

Turn Up Tuesday to Empower Voters, Confront Barriers to the Ballot Ahead of Primary in Michigan

DETROIT–  The Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights and All Voting is Local, with its joint And Still I Vote℠ campaign, will hold a series of events to mobilize voters in Michigan, and to urge officials to safeguard voting by mail and protect in-person voting options.

Toolkit Offers Guide to Increase Voting in Wisconsin Jails

MILWAUKEE – All Voting is Local Wisconsin and the ACLU of Wisconsin today released a Ballots for All Toolkit that supplements their recently released report “Ballots for All: Ensuring Eligible Wisconsin Voters in Jail Have Equal Access to the Ballot”. The toolkit offers voting advocates strategies for urging county officials to adopt policies so every eligible voter in jail can vote.

Media, Press Releases, State News / July 7, 2020

ACLU of Nevada and All Voting is Local Nevada Launch Ad Campaign to Expand Voting Access During Pandemic

LAS VEGAS ⁠— The ACLU of Nevada and All Voting is Local Nevada today launched a five figure digital ad campaign urging Governor. Steve Sisolak to protect voting rights during the special legislative session by improving options for in-person voting and sending absentee ballots to every registered voter in Nevada, ensuring the over 1.8 million registered Silver State voters can safely vote this November.

Media, Press Releases, State News / July 2, 2020

Bipartisan Action Right Step in Ensuring Safe, Fair Elections in Arizona

PHOENIX — All Voting is Local Arizona State Director Alex Gulotta released the following statement in response to Governor Doug Ducey and Secretary of State Katie Hobbs’ announcement to use $9 million in COVID-19 response federal funding from the CARES Act to safeguard Arizona’s elections, after being thwarted by partisan disagreements: