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Alabama Agrees to Procedures to Ensure Voter Registration Opportunities at Public Assistance Agencies E-mail
January 8, 2014
Montgomery, Ala. – The Alabama State Conference of the NAACP, represented by attorneys from Project Vote, Demos, the Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law, and the law firms Sutherland Asbill & Brennan LLP and Copeland Franco, signed settlement agreements with the Alabama Secretary of State, the Alabama Department of Human Resources (DHR), and the Alabama Medicaid Agency addressing deficiencies in the state agencies’ provision of voter registration services and setting out procedures intended to guarantee compliance with Section 7 of the National Voter Registration Act of 1993 (NVRA).
Project Vote Files to Intervene in Arizona and Kansas Effort to Change National Voter Registration Form E-mail
Voter Registration Hampered by Proof of Citizenship Requirements, says Voting Rights Group
November 14, 2013

Washington, D.C. – Seeking to protect the rights of eligible voters in Arizona and Kansas, the voting rights organization Project Vote yesterday moved to intervene in the case of Kris W. Kobach et al. v. United States Election Assistance Commission. The states of Arizona and Kansas want to change the national voter registration form’s instructions to require that applicants in those states provide proof-of-citizenship documents in order to register to vote.
New Policy Paper on Early Voting E-mail
November 7, 2013
Continuing in our Issues in Election Administration series, today Project Vote is releasing a new policy paper on Early Voting
Early voting policies allow voters to cast their ballots in person, but at alternative times and locations, inalt addition to Election Day at their traditional polling place. It is one of the fastest growing trends in election administration, now in effect in 30 states and the District of Columbia. In addition, several states offer no-excuse absentee voting—which increases the flexibility for eligible citizens seeking to cast a ballot—and two states conduct their elections entirely by mail.
“The idea that Election Day can only be the first Tuesday after the first Monday in November seems to be a thing of the past,” writes Project Vote Legislative Director Estelle Rogers. “The busy and complicated lives of American voters have demanded other choices.”
In this new policy paper, Rogers provides a comprehensive overview of this issue. She explains the various policies in place across the country, makes recommendations for best practices, and counters the arguments that partisan opponents use to reject or curtail early voting hours. In addition, this paper reviews the status of early voting laws in all 50 states.
Early voting is just one of the election reforms Project Vote and our partners are working to achieve through research, media initiatives, and advocacy efforts.
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