Senators: Protect Our Voting Rights

In 2013, the Supreme Court gutted the Voting Rights Act in Shelby County v. Holder, removing vital protections against voter suppression and discrimination. Without these protections, voters of color will continue to be impacted by discriminatory election practices intended to disenfranchise or diminish their voting power based on their race.

The Voting Rights Advancement Act would fill in the gaps left behind by enacting new regulations and oversight procedures. The House has already voted to pass the VRAA – now it's the Senate's turn to protect our voting rights.

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Pass the Voting Rights Advancement Act

As your constituent, I urge you to pass the Voting Rights Advancement Act of 2019. Passing the VRAA will protect our fundamental right to vote and defend us against discrimination.

It's long past due for Congress to renew vital voting protections. The House has already taken action and now the Senate must follow: Pass the VRAA now.


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