Unequal Access: "Unequal Access: Neglecting the National Voter Registration Act, 1995-2007
Although millions of citizens have taken advantage of voter registration opportunities created by the National Voter Registration Act (NVRA), key provisions of the law meant to reach populations with low voter registration rates have been poorly and inconsistently administered in many states. Specifically, states have failed to adequately implement — and the Department of Justice has in recent years failed in their duty to enforce — NVRA provisions that require states to offer voter registration in government agencies providing public assistance benefits.
Download the full report: Unequal Access: Neglecting the National Voter Registration Act, 1995-2007."
This information comes to us from Project Vote. Hat tip to Rokki Carr.