The right to vote is the foundation of our democracy, yet onerous requirements and extensive administrative problems with our country’s voter registration system have disfranchised millions of voters. Further compromising the rights of voters to select the candidates of their choosing are burdensome and unlawful statutes that make it difficult for minor political parties and independent candidates to get on the ballot. The Voting Rights Project is challenging these laws and requirements that diminish free speech and our democratic process.
Comment Letter to Department of Justice Regarding South Carolina’s New Voting Law (folder 2011)
Common Cause v. Billups (case 2011)
Limiting Voters' Choices in South Carolina (blog 2010)