BRIEFING: Winning the Narrative on Voting Rights

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This Wed, Feb 24th
9:30am HST

Most of us believe that for democracy to work for all of us, it must include us all. After voters turned out in record numbers in the November election, some politicians are using election lies as pretext for imposing additional barriers to voting. Compared to last year at this time, state legislators have introduced four times as many bills to restrict people’s basic right to vote

Join our messaging briefing on winning the narrative against attacks on voting, cohosted by Voting Rights Lab and the Leadership Conference. We will share new data about where the public stands for proactive voting policies and the latest messaging and tactics to counter the attacks on voting that we’re seeing in states across the country. 


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