PHOENIX — All Voting Is Local today urged Gov. Doug Ducey to veto HB 2492 which places an undue burden on all currently registered voters to provide documentary proof of citizenship and creates substantial barriers for new voters who do not register with an Arizona driver’s license or state ID.
Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey Must Veto Anti-Voter Bill
PHOENIX — All Voting Is Local Arizona State Director Alex Gulotta made the following statement in response to the Arizona Legislature passing HB 2492, which will require all existing voters to retroactively provide proof of citizenship, and creates unnecessary burdens on new voters who do not register with an Arizona driver’s license or state ID.
LAS VEGAS — In response the Washoe County Board of Commissioners rejection of Commissioner Jeanne Herman’s proposed Election Resolution R22-50 that would redirect the Registrar of Voters to implement anti-voter policies by the 2022 primary election, All Voting is Local Nevada State Director Kerry Durmick issued the following statement:
CLEVELAND — In response to the Ohio Supreme Court’s rejection of the third proposed state map due to partisan gerrymandering, All Voting is Local Ohio State Director Kayla Griffin released the following statement:
PHILADELPHIA — Citizens for Language Access, a coalition of local civil rights and immigrant-led groups, is urging Philadelphia Mayor James F. Kenney to allocate funding to the Philadelphia City Commissioners to create voting materials in more languages.
ATLANTA — All Voting is Local Georgia State Director Kristin Nabers issued the following statement in response to House Bill 1464, a wide-ranging anti-voter bill introduced Wednesday that would allow for more sham election reviews, cut grant funding that is necessary to run elections well, and give Georgia’s Bureau of Investigation the power to investigate elections: