Map of Shame Tracks Voter Suppression Laws Around the Country

The Map of Shame highlights voter ID and other voter suppression legislative debates across the country. Read More »

New Voting Report Shows More Work Needed in California to Expand Access to the Polls

Insufficient Language Assistance, Disability Access Problems Among Chief Barriers Found Read More »

Lawyers' Committee Launches Voting Rights Toolkit for Faith Communities

The voting rights toolkit will provide you with concrete steps about how you can become an ambassador for democracy and protect voting rights in your community! Read More »

Help Us Protect the Right to Vote!

The National Commission on Voting Rights is hosting a series of nationwide hearings to collect testimony about voting discrimination and election administration challenges and successes. Read More »

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About the Voting Rights Project

About the Voting Rights Project

For four decades, the Lawyers' Committee has been at the forefront of the legal struggle to achieve equality and protect advances in voting rights for racial and ethnic minorities and other traditionally disenfranchised groups. Today, that tradition continues. With the indispensable assistance of private law firms, the Voting Rights Project is an integrated program of litigation, voter protection, research, advocacy and education.  Read more »
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