On Monday, the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) filed suit against North Carolina’s new voter suppression law. North Carolina's law is just one of an onslaught of attacks on voting rights taking place across states following the Supreme Court’s decision against the VRA this summer.
Many states have important elections this year, and voter registration deadlines take place in many states as early as next week! Here's how you can help make sure that the people in your life are registered and ready to vote in November.
Tuesday was the second annual National Voter Registration Day. The New York City League partnered with city government and various groups representing a range of age and ethnic populations to sponsor an impressive event at Bryant Park in midtown Manhattan.
Now I can say I am a US Citizen and feels great to say it. Since I work at League my first priority is registering to vote, which everyone here is helping to do so. I'm excited to vote in the next election.
Today is National Voter Registration Day, a nationwide effort to register thousands of voters on one single day! What can you do to be a part of today’s voter registration efforts? Here are two simple steps you can take today:
Yesterday, I visited Maryland to participate in the University of Maryland Law School's Constitution Day event, which focused on recent Supreme Court rulings on affirmative action, marriage equality and voting rights.