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Voting Rights Protection

  • Strengthen and enforce laws that protect the voting rights of all citizens, regardless of race, ethnicity, or socioeconomic status.

  • Prohibit discriminatory practices such as voter suppression, gerrymandering, and voter intimidation.

  • Enhance penalties for violations of voting rights to deter misconduct.

Felon Voting Rights Restoration

  • Implement measures to restore voting rights for individuals with felony convictions upon completion of their sentences, including probation and parole.

  • Simplify the process for felons to regain their voting rights and provide support to educate them about their restored rights.

Expansion of Protections for Minority Groups

  • Enhance efforts to combat voter discrimination and ensure equal access to the electoral process for minority groups, including racial and ethnic minorities, language minorities, and individuals with disabilities.

  • Increase resources for voter education and outreach programs targeting underrepresented communities.

Universal Registration Upon Age of Majority

  • Automatically register eligible citizens to vote upon reaching the age of majority (18 years old) through a universal registration system.

  • Streamline the registration process by leveraging government databases and allowing individuals to optout if they choose not to be registered.

Expansion of Polling Areas

  • Increase the number of polling places to ensure adequate coverage and reduce long wait times.

  • Allocate resources to establish polling places in underserved areas, including rural communities, lowincome neighborhoods, and areas with historically low voter turnout.

  • Mandate that there be a minimum of one polling place for every 10 square miles to improve accessibility and convenience for voters.

Improved Accessibility

  • Enhance accessibility in polling places for individuals with disabilities, including providing accessible voting machines, signage, and trained staff to assist voters with special needs.

  • Implement measures to accommodate voters who face language barriers, such as providing multilingual poll workers and translated voting materials.

Voter Education and Outreach

  • Launch comprehensive voter education campaigns to inform citizens about their voting rights, registration processes, and important election dates.

  • Collaborate with educational institutions, community organizations, and media outlets to disseminate accurate and nonpartisan information.

Enhanced Security Measures

  • Invest in robust cybersecurity infrastructure to protect voter registration databases, voting machines, and election results from interference or hacking attempts.

  • Implement rigorous protocols to verify and authenticate voter identities, while ensuring privacy and data protection.

Regular Evaluation and Oversight

  • Establish a nonpartisan oversight body responsible for monitoring and evaluating the implementation of these reforms, as well as investigating any allegations of voter rights violations.

  • Conduct regular audits and assessments to identify areas for improvement and ensure the effectiveness and integrity of the electoral process.

Public Funding for Elections

  • Explore options for public funding of elections to reduce the influence of money in politics and promote fair and competitive campaigns.

  • Establish transparent and accountable mechanisms for allocating public funds to qualified candidates.

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