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As public health precautions around the coronavirus pandemic continues to cause disruptions and delays to the ongoing primary elections, states must take steps now to ensure that the general election in November runs smoothly.
In light of the global coronavirus pandemic, CLC’s efforts to expand ballot access have taken on renewed urgency as national, state and local voters seek answers on how elections can proceed safely and securely.
Campaign Legal Center (CLC) joined a coalition of national and Ohio-based groups urging Ohio’s Governor and Secretary of State to take immediate action to protect Ohioans’ right to vote and ensure a safe and orderly primary election in Ohio.
Campaign Legal Center (CLC) joined with partners in Arizona to urge the state’s Governor, Secretary of State, and Attorney General to take immediate action to protect Arizonans’ right to vote and ensure a safe and orderly primary election in Arizona.
Yakima County uses a voting system that consistently prevents its Latino residents from electing their preferred candidates to the County Commission. CLC notified the County Commission that this system violates the Washington Voting Rights Act, and called on the commission to adopt ranked-choice...
WASHINGTON, DC – Today, the U.S. Supreme Court declined to hear arguments in Elster v. City of Seattle, a challenge to Seattle’s Democracy Voucher Program, which was approved by over 60% of city voters in 2015. The program – which went into effect in 2017 – offers any eligible adult city resident...
This is the list of felony convictions that strip a person of the right to vote in Alabama. No other felonies take away the right to vote in Alabama. Even if your conviction is on this list, you may still have a path to rights restoration through a Certificate of Eligibility to Register to Vote. Visit RestoreYourVote.org for more information.
Campaign Legal Center (CLC) requested an investigation into whether U.S. Representative Steven Palazzo converted campaign funds to personal use in violation of House rules and FECA.
Gwinnett County, the second largest county in Georgia located northeast of Atlanta, rejected hundreds of mail-in ballots for immaterial errors and omissions. CLC filed a friend-of-the-court brief in support of voters challenging these rejections.