Fulton County Superior Court Judge Brasher issued an order denying any relief in a lawsuit brought by Third Sector Development, the parent organization of the nonpartisan New Georgia Project. Read More »
Lawyers' Committee to share key information about how to PROTECT your right to vote. Read More »
The U.S. Supreme Court today responded to an emergency appeal and upheld a Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals ruling allowing Texas’ restrictive photo ID law to remain intact for elections in November... Read More »
Jackson County agrees to open a satellite office to avoid hearing on plaintiffs' motion for preliminary injunction Read More »
- October 19, 2014 Election Protection Has You Covered! Election Protection (EP) – led by the Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law – is the nation’s largest non-partisan voter protection coalition. The national voter hotlines (1-866-OUR-VOTE, 1-888-VE-Y-VOTA & 1-888-API-VOTE) and Election Day field program assist voters with problems and guides them throughout the voting process. Read More »
- Oct 29 Everything You Need to Know to Vote in the 2014 Elections We’ve gathered sources here connecting you to information on the candidates in your state, what they stand for and who is funding their campaigns. We’ve also included links to help you cast your ballot on Election Day — as well as other helpful information.
- Oct 28 Court Decision Leaves Thousands of Georgia Voters Vulnerable to Disenfranchisement Today, Fulton County Superior Court Judge Christopher S. Brasher issued an order denying any relief in a lawsuit brought by Third Sector Development, the parent organization of the nonpartisan New Georgia Project (NGP), the national NAACP and the Georgia State Conference of the NAACP.
- Oct 28 Georgia Judge Dismisses Lawsuit on Voter Registration Acting one week before Election Day in a state with closely contested races for governor and a seat in the United States Senate, a Georgia judge on Tuesday dismissed a lawsuit that accused election officials of failing to fully process thousands of pending voter registration applications.