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The Fight For Voting Rights, 50 Years Later

As this day marks the 50th anniversary of the march on Washington, the New York Times editorializes on how the fight for voting rights continues.

Despite vast progress, the recent U.S. Supreme Court decision limiting the Voting Rights Act only opens the door to more struggles in the states.

We need to ensure that voters have a say after Election Day too

By: David Donnelly, Executive Director, Public Campaign Action Fund

Last November, 102 year-old Miami resident Desiline Victor waited three hours in line to vote for President Obama. Tonight, she’ll sit next to First Lady Michelle Obama during the president's State of the Union Address.

We shouldn't be making it harder to vote.

The U.S. Department of Justice blocked a Texas voter ID law today that would, as the DOJ noted, disproportionaly impact Hispanic voters.

Public Campaign Action Fund's David Donnelly said in a statement:

The Nation--Curbing Big Money

Public Campaign President and CEO Nick Nyhart joined with David Donnelly, national campaigns director for Public Campaign Action Fund, in writing the following the piece that will appear in the April 25th edition of The Nation magazine. The full article is available on their website (if you're a subscriber), or you can read it below.