Filter by: Voting RightsElectionsGovernmentCensusDistrictingHistoryProtestConstitutionSupreme CourtLocal ElectionsLocal GovernmentState GovernmentRacial JusticeStatehood What is The National Registration Act of 1993? The NVRA, revolutionized voter registration across the country establishing voter registration requirements and policies to facilitate those requirements. Bloody Sunday Anniversary The events of March 7, 1965 were considered to be a turning point for civil rights & led directly to passage of the Voting Rights Act. The March on Washington In 1963, leaders of the civil rights movement organized the March on Washington to protest ongoing racial inequity. The 26th Amendment and the Youth Vote The 26th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution extended the right to vote to all Americans aged 18 and older. D.C., Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Territories Residents of DC, PR, and other U.S. territories have fundamentally different rights and representation than residents of the 50 states. The For the People Act (H.R. 1/ S. 1) The For the People Act proposes a sweeping set of reforms to expand Americans’ access to the ballot box and fight corruption.