Common Cause Census & Mass Incarceration Project Manager, Keshia Morris Desir, released a statement in support of the Justice in Policing Act.
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Common Cause President Karen H. Flynn released a statement to address Republican policies on recent challenges including Russian bounties on US soldiers.
American democracy envisions ballot access but voting rights, especially African-American, remain gutted, requiring more activism for congress to act.
Way to Win on Thursday announced that it is rolling out a $59 million effort aimed at helping minority voters vote by mail in November, report.
Volunteers across America play a major role in successful elections. COVID-19 endangers these volunteers who make every vote count.
The Big Ten announced Monday the launch of its voter registration initiative, a program in the works since February but with even more significance now, report.
Voter registration activities play a crucial role in US democracy which includes sanitary measures for voters. This comes in handy during coronavirus.
HRW has asked Uganda’s Public Prosecutions Director to release of homeless youth arrested on grounds of breaking COVID-19 lockdown laws.
Advocacy for mail by voting during coronavirus is gaining more steam as 800 public health experts call on Congress to fund it.
Proposition D seeks to improve city elections in St. Louis Missouri through a package of reforms. It has gathered enough signatures to make a ballot.