What’s happening? ATNJ Education Fund (ATNJEF), a leader in vote by mail (VBM) education and election infrastructure advancement in New Jersey, announces the election of Cindy Matute-Brown to the Board of Trustees. Matute-Brown says, “I am honored to be joining the Board of Trustees to… Read More »BREAKING: Matute-Brown Elected as Trustee
What’s happening? “Sens. Joe Manchin (D-W.Va.) and Lisa Murkowski (R-Alaska) on Monday voiced support for reauthorizing the Voting Rights Act—with both opposing the Democrats more sprawling For The People Act (known as H.R. 1)—making it the most likely voting rights legislation to pass, though even… Read More »Senators Manchin and Murkowski on the Same Page
What’s happening? In less than 6 days, volunteers have sent postcards to nearly 10,000 unregistered voters in New Jersey! Since we have Online Voter Registration, registering to vote is easier than ever. 10K. That’s huge. Thank you to all the volunteers who just keep doing… Read More »About 10,000 Voters in 6 days?
What’s happening? You want to help our democracy? You want to help register voters? We have Online Voter Registration and this is our from-your-kitchen-table and in-your-yoga-pants voter registration drive! There’s not much time but do what we can. Sign up for your list of unregistered… Read More »BREAKING: Postcard Action to Register voters!
What’s happening? Governor DeSantis signed a bill that restricts voting rights and voting access for Florida voters, disproportionately impacting voters who rely on vote by mail by making “voting particularly difficult for voters of color, who more often struggle with transportation and work nonstandard hours… Read More »Florida Signs Law Restricting Voting
What’s happening? “Ten percent of people in the state are of Asian descent but just three Asian Americans hold office in the state’s 120-seat Legislature, or 2.5 percent.” “Khuong said Kim will need to do “major outreach” with younger Asian voters, who tend to be… Read More »Rep Andy Kim to Help AAPI Candidates
What’s happening? “A recording obtained by The New Yorker of a private conference call on January 8th, between a policy adviser to Senator Mitch McConnell and the leaders of several prominent conservative groups—including one run by the Koch brothers’ network—reveals the participants’ worry that the proposed election reforms garner wide support… Read More »HR 1 and the Koch Brothers
What’s happening? A massive voting reform bill was passed by Republicans and signed into law by Governor Kemp. The new law implemented vast voter access and voting rights restrictions for Georgia voters. Changes to Georgia elections Absentee ballots will be verified based on driver’s license… Read More »Georgia Republicans Pass Sweeping Election Bill Restricting Voting Access
What’s happening? We are thrilled to report that the Early Voting bill has passed both houses today! Thank you to the doggedness of our bill Prime Sponsors who have worked to get Early Voting for New Jersey for years. As advocates of ballot security and… Read More »BREAKING: Early Voting passed both Houses!
What’s happening? This is free and nonpartisan. Open to all ages and hosted by the largest nonpartisan student-led nonprofit organization in New Jersey. Founder and Executive Director, Winn Khuong, will conduct a class on “Power in Your Hands”, how to affect change as a constituent… Read More »Executive Director, Winn Khuong, to speak at the Grassroots Organizing Conference