Virtual Event: The Bad News (And Some Good) on Voting Access in the States

A long line of people in face masks waiting to vote
An examination by The Atlanta Journal-Constitution found that human error, equipment failure and a complicated, multicomputer voting system combined to create chaos that left some Georgia voters waiting as long as eight hours to cast ballots during June 9, 2020, statewide primary elections. Photo by John Spink/Atlanta Journal-Constitution/TNS/Alamy Live News.

Tuesday, April 13, 2021 from 1-2 p.m. Eastern Time 

As state legislators around the country are working to advance and pass a record number of voting bills, Campaign Legal Center (CLC) is hosting a virtual discussion, “The Bad News (and Some Good) on Voting Access in the States.” Opening remarks will be provided by Trevor Potter, president of CLC, followed by panel discussion, featuring experts and state advocates, on the trends in access to voting legislation and the impact the bills will have on voters.   


  • Jonathan Diaz, Legal Counsel, Voting Rights, CLC 


  • Trevor Potter, President and Founder, CLC 

  • Caleb Jackson, Legal Counsel, Voting Rights, CLC 

  • Torey Dolan, Native Vote Law Fellow, Indian Legal Clinic, Arizona State University 

  • Nancy Leifer, President, League of Women Voters of Montana

RSVP to attend the virtual event on April 13.