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Sixteen states and the District of Columbia have already approved automatic voter registration with more states expected to pass the reform soon.
AVR's legislative momentum and success has continued to make more strides year-after-year.
The details of AVR vary state-by-state. Here is a full list of all those differences and each state's specific policies.
In 2021, voting districts will be redrawn across the country. Grassroots organizations, advocacy groups, and state legislatures around the country are working to change the way it's done.
Below is a list of AVR bills that have been introduced in state legislatures around the country since 2015.
Legal challenges are pending to developments that could jeopardize the fairness and accuracy of the 2020 Census. Find summaries of these cases and related court documents here.
Empire State legislators are considering making New York the 16th state to pass AVR.
Once a decade, every state redraws the district lines governing where members of Congress and state legislators are elected. This state by state guide shows how redistricting happens across the U.S.
The Brennan Center & the Center for Democracy and Technology have released a new resource with cautions and recommendations for schools that plan to introduce tech-based safety initiatives.
A summary of current felony disenfranchisement policies and legislative advocacy in Florida.