NBC News: HBCU students in Georgia face an extra obstacle in voting
Under Georgia law, public colleges and university students can use their student ID to vote. But those at private schools — including seven out of 10 HBCUs — cannot. […]Read More
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Members of the entertainment industry took to social media, participated in door-knocking campaigns in battleground states and hosted letter-writing Zooms to encourage voter turnout. BY ABBEY WHITE | NOVEMBER 8, 2022 2:04PM […]Read More
By Cady Stanton USA TODAY Heading into a midterm election shaped in part by debates over LGBTQ rights and curriculum in schools, voter identification laws in some states could create barriers at the […]Read More
BY QUISPE LÓPEZ November 3, 2022 The midterm elections come with an added weight for many transgender voters this year. Local legislators have played a crucial role in orchestrating the wave of transphobic legislation currently […]Read More
Several film and TV stars have already hosted VoteRiders events, and more featuring Jack Black and Sarah Silverman are coming up as the midterms quickly approach By Kyler Alvord Yvette […]Read More
Leading voter ID education and assistance organization VoteRiders hosted a special volunteer letter-writing party in honor of the organization’s 10th anniversary to help reach vulnerable voters in states with voter […]Read More
JULY 20 – Nation’s Leading Voter ID Education and Assistance Nonprofit Welcomes Lauren Kunis as New Executive Director/Chief Executive Officer and Expands Services and Resources to Empower All Eligible Voters […]Read More
by KATHLEEN UNGER Published 3/16/20 at Newsweek Our nation’s campaign season isn’t just kicking off. It’s mid-swing. And as we get closer to an incredibly consequential election day—one ultimately affecting […]Read More