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    According to the Brennan Center for Justice, as many as five million eligible voters could meet difficulties this Election Day due to these new, imposing voter laws.

  • Caitlin

    States Where Strict Photo ID Laws are Already in Play (via Colorlines)

  • Teamsters

    As we draw closer to the midterm elections, it is important to know that there are active efforts to suppress to votes of working families and minorities. Know your rights and make sure you show up at the polls in November!

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