An initial look at laws introduced in state legislatures makes it clear that the fight continues against voter suppression across the country. But many states are looking to expand access to the polls and make a more inclusive democracy.
The League of Women Voters of Texas and Texas State Conference of the NAACP were pleased to learn on that the Trump administration decided to dissolve the Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity.
Local voter advocacy groups secured a temporary restraining order preventing the Texas Secretary of State from disclosing voter data, which would have violated state law that protects the privacy of Texans.
Brennan Center findings dismantle a key resource that Trump’s “Election Integrity” Commission relies on to justify baseless claims — by President Trump and some of the panel’s members — of rampant voter fraud.