The freedom to vote is in jeopardy. State lawmakers have passed nearly one hundred new restrictive voting laws in the decade since the Supreme Court gutted the Voting Rights Act. Politicians hungry for power have drawn racially discriminatory voting maps.
Every American should have the freedom to vote regardless of race or party. The John R. Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act would protect voters from discrimination and strengthen our democracy.
We are failing to live up to our ideals – and disenfranchising millions of Americans in the process. Tell Congress to protect the freedom to vote by passing the JohnLewis Act now.