Voter purges are an often-flawed process of cleaning up voter rolls by deleting names from registration lists. Done badly, they can prevent eligible people from casting a ballot that counts. This report examines the growing threat, and outlines steps every state can take to protect voters in November and beyond.
Many in federal law enforcement have blamed their inadequate response to rising far-right violence on a lack of statutory authority to prosecute white supremacists and others as domestic terrorists. This paper argues that they already have everything they need to do so.
The League of Women Voters of Florida and the Brennan Center for Justice at NYU School of Law wrote a letter to officials in Florida about the need to expand opportunities for eligible voters to cast a ballot after Hurricane Michael.
The Brennan Center submitted comments to the National Park Service on proposed changes to regulations governing protests in national parks in Washington, D.C. The proposed revisions would severely limit the First Amendment freedoms of demonstrators in our nation’s capital.