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The House of Representatives passed H.R. 1, the For the People Act of 2019.
The legislation moving today would bring early voting to New Yorkers and close the LLC loophole in state campaign finance law, among other reforms.
The incoming House Democratic leadership unveiled their proposal for a comprehensive reform bill that would bolster voting rights, curb big money in politics, and take additional steps to strengthen our democracy.
Floridians today decided that those who have fully paid their debt to society should feel and act as full citizens, not be relegated to second-class status.
This is an important victory for bolstering democracy in Michigan and ensuring all voters’ voices are heard.
Massachusetts’ Republican governor signed a bill today to bring automatic voter registration to the Bay State.
Hundreds of thousands of voters were added to rolls, or updated their voter information, in the first months of the program.
New Jersey set to become the 12th state in the country (plus the District of Columbia) to approve automatic voter registration
Under the bill, Washingtonians who apply for or renew an enhanced driver’s license at the Department of Licensing will automatically be registered to vote unless they decline.
The move by Gov. Cuomo is an important step toward making voting accessible and convenient for all eligible New Yorkers.