Debra Cleaver, the founder and CEO of VoteAmerica, discusses how CLC and VoteAmerica will protect voters from state bills restricting their freedom to vote.
We must show that we value the freedom to vote by passing the VRAA to eliminate racial discrimination at the ballot box.
Discriminatory barriers like polling place closures and voter roll purges still prevent Americans from voting.
Former President Trump and his allies have told lies about the 2020 elections, so here is the truth about what happened.
This bill would increase voting access, curb gerrymandering and improve disclosure in our campaign finance system.
This sweeping and transformative bill has several provisions covering voting rights, election security, redistricting and campaign finance.
Read Marquibe Smith's story about learning how to restore his voting rights in Tennessee.
Efforts in the state of Rhode Island to increase transparency in regard to election spending will remain intact following the court's ruling.
This report shows how states have changed their vote-by-mail and early voting laws in 2021.
If signed into law, this bill would allow donors to nonprofits to hide their identities and evade transparency.
The Colorado transparency rules challenged in this case support voters’ right to know who is trying to influence their vote.
After a decade of setbacks for voting access, Congress must step up and quash efforts to perpetuate voting discrimination.
This bill would strengthen guardrails against discriminatory voting laws, stopping attacks on the freedom to vote in their tracks.
The settlement represents a significant victory for the reservation’s 4,000 residents and will help them have equal access to voting.
In the halls of Congress, elected officials should abide by ethics laws and rules and not campaign for reelection.
People can submit comments about how they want transparency rules that align with the realities of modern campaigning.
We need a stronger FEC to take action against cases of candidates using super PACs to illegally raise and spend money on their behalf.