CLEVELAND--On Tuesday, September 24, National Voter Registration Day, All Voting is Local, ACLU of Ohio, and the Midtown TechHive will call more than 800 Cuyahoga County voters at risk of being removed from the rolls and urge them to update their voter registrations.
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.
Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf was right to aim big when he pledged to upgrade the commonwealth’s antiquated voting machines by the 2020 election. Now Wolf, the Department of State, and county officials must work together to launch a commonwealth-wide plan to teach both voters and poll workers about the new voting systems. Voters deserve it, Election Day workers require it, and the integrity of our democratic process depends on it.
COLUMBUS--All Voting is Local today will text alert 103,000 Ohioans to update their voter registrations to avoid being purged from the state’s voting lists later this week. On Friday, Secretary of State Frank LaRose plans to purge 235,000 voters’ registrations -- despite urging from advocates to hold off because of errors in multiple counties that have led to eligible voters wrongly placed on the purge list.