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VPC Statement: U.S. Supreme Court Decision on Early Voting in Ohio

September 29th, 2014

Today’s troubling decision by the U.S. Supreme Court to cut early voting in Ohio will only make it harder for citizens in Ohio to cast a ballot. Voting is our most basic right, and state and local governments should make it as convenient as possible.  Instead, the Ohio legislature cut the early voting period from […]

Page Gardner: Four Numbers I Think About Every Day

September 22nd, 2014

There are four numbers I think about every day: 17,318,000. 9,632,000. 7,235,000. 19,226,000. 17,318,000? That’s the number of unmarried women in America who are eligible to vote but have never registered to vote. 9,632,000? The number of Latinos who are not registered to vote. 7,235,000? There are more than 7 million African Americans who are […]

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 […]

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