Voting Rights

Wisconsin

Department of Justice, Office of the Attorney General, Press Release, Wisconsin Department of Justice Working to Protect Fair Election, AG Kaul Issues Reminder: Voter Intimidation is Illegal[34], (Oct. 19, 2020).

Wisconsin Attorney General Josh Kaul shared how the Wisconsin Department of Justice is preparing for the election on November 3, 2020. The attorney general also issued a reminder that voter intimidation is against the law.

Other Resources

National Association of Attorneys General Statement Regarding 2020 Election[35], (October 26, 2020).

The National Association of Attorneys General (NAAG) released a statement on behalf of a bipartisan coalition of 36 attorneys general, led by Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey and Montana Attorney General and NAAG President Tim Fox.

John H. Thompson & Robert Yablon, Preparing for the 2020 Census: Considerations for State Attorneys General[36], (October 2018).

An ACS issue brief by John H. Thompson, the 24th Director of the U.S. Census Bureau, and Robert Yablon, Assistant Professor of Law at the University of Wisconsin, that provides a holistic strategy for state attorneys general to develop and implement, aimed at ensuring that their jurisdictions are fully and fairly counted.

Listen to the accompanying ACS Podcast.[37]

StateAG.org, The Role of State Attorneys General in Federal and State Redistricting in 2020.[38]

A memorandum by Professors Justin Levitt of Loyola Law School and James Tierney of Harvard Law School illustrating the important roles of Attorneys General in their states’ redistricting processes through specific cases in which state Attorneys General have exercised both their jurisdiction and discretion with respect to redistricting. In addition, it outlines additional roles that could emerge in the 2020 cycle.

References

  1. ^ Secretary Padilla and Attorney General Becerra Urge California Voters: Know Your Rights (www.oag.ca.gov)
  2. ^ California Voter Bill of Rights (www.sos.ca.gov)
  3. ^ English (www.youtube.com)
  4. ^ Spanish (www.youtube.com)
  5. ^ Public Advisory on Voter Intimidation Crimes and Poll Center Security (coag.gov)
  6. ^ public advisory (coag.gov)
  7. ^ Ahead of Election Day, Attorney General Jennings Reminds Voters of Rights and Responsibilities (news.delaware.gov)
  8. ^ D.C. Voter Checklist (oag.dc.gov)
  9. ^ Guidance for Illinois Voters: 2020 Election (illinoisattorneygeneral.gov)
  10. ^ Miller opposes Postal Service changes, Encourages Iowans to Vote by Mail (www.iowaattorneygeneral.gov)
  11. ^ Election Advisory (www.maine.gov)
  12. ^ Voting FAQ for 2020. (www.marylandattorneygeneral.gov)
  13. ^ guidance (www.marylandattorneygeneral.gov)
  14. ^ Protecting Your Right to Vote. (www.mass.gov)
  15. ^ Election Security and Integrity (www.michigan.gov)
  16. ^ Right to Vote Restored (ag.nv.gov)
  17. ^ Secretary of State’s and Attorney General’s Joint Guidance on 2020 Election Operations (www.doj.nh.gov)
  18. ^ Memorandum to New Hampshire Election Officials RE: Election Operations during the COVID-19 Public Health Crisis (www.doj.nh.gov)
  19. ^ Guidance on the Role of Law Enforcement in Election Activities (www.nj.gov)
  20. ^ Secretary of State Toulouse Oliver, Attorney General Balderas Issue Voter Protection Advisory (www.nmag.gov)
  21. ^ Voting Key Dates, Resources & Hotline Information (ag.ny.gov)
  22. ^ AG James Announces Election Day Hotline to Protect Voter Access During Today’s Election (ag.ny.gov)
  23. ^ Attorney General Josh Stein Releases Guidance for Voters in 2020 Election (ncdoj.gov)
  24. ^ fact sheet (ncdoj.gov)
  25. ^ Statement on Voting in North Carolina (ncdoj.gov)
  26. ^ Attorney General Stein’s Column: Making Your Voice Heard in Our Elections (ncdoj.gov)
  27. ^ Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost Addresses Early Voting Election Concerns (www.youtube.com)
  28. ^ Oregon Votes 2020! (www.doj.state.or.us)
  29. ^ Voters’ Rights in Effect at the Polling Places on Election Days (www.attorneygeneral.gov)
  30. ^ Voter Protection (www.riag.ri.gov)
  31. ^ AGO Guidance Regarding Voter Intimidation and Harassment (ago.vermont.gov)
  32. ^ Attorney General Herring Outlines Protections Against Voter Intimidation (www.oag.state.va.us)
  33. ^ advisory opinion (www.oag.state.va.us)
  34. ^ Wisconsin Department of Justice Working to Protect Fair Election, AG Kaul Issues Reminder: Voter Intimidation is Illegal (www.doj.state.wi.us)
  35. ^ National Association of Attorneys General Statement Regarding 2020 Election (www.naag.org)
  36. ^ Preparing for the 2020 Census: Considerations for State Attorneys General (www.acslaw.org)
  37. ^ Listen to the accompanying ACS Podcast (soundcloud.com)
  38. ^ The Role of State Attorneys General in Federal and State Redistricting in 2020 (static1.squarespace.com)
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