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Why VPC is Helping to Register Eligible Voters in Arizona

September 12th, 2014

According to the U.S. Census, there are 1.5 million unregistered eligible voters in Arizona. That’s a number I think we can all agree is unacceptably high. And that’s why the Voter Participation Center (VPC) is sending 312,000 voter-registration mailings this month to Arizona residents who appear to be unregistered–including 70,000 pieces of mail to Pima […]

Voter Participation Center Mails 12 Million Registration Forms to Americans, in Biggest Voter Registration Drive Ever in a Non-Presidential Year

September 4th, 2014

7.4 Million Registration Forms Mailed in September Alone, to Prospective Voters in 28 State WASHINGTON, DC – The Voter Participation Center this month is mailing more than 7.4 million registration forms to prospective voters in 28 states. In the biggest voter-registration drive in its history in a non-presidential year, the Voter Participation Center (VPC) has […]

On Women’s Equality Day, Looking Back… And Ahead

August 26th, 2014

VPC founder and president Page Gardner has a new column on the Huffington Post celebrating Women’s Equality Day and highlighting the struggles women faced in achieving the right to vote: A century ago, as Americans debated whether women should be allowed to vote, one prominent observer scoffed at the notion of voter equality. Allowing women […]

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