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College Campuses: the Decisive Election Battlegrounds to Watch in 2020

As voter turnout rates at colleges are on the rise, youth voters have become an increasingly important important bloc. As a result we have seen an increase in state tactics to impede young people's right to the ballot box, and The Andrew Goodman Foundation continues to fight back both on the ground and in the courtroom.

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Lawsuits aim to ease rules limiting Wisconsin college voters

Strict voter ID laws place extra burdens on college students trying to vote that the general voting population does not face. The Andrew Goodman Foundation's November lawsuit argues that these requirements unconstitutionally restrict young people's right to vote.

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There is No Place for Age Discrimination in Voting

The Andrew Goodman Foundation's Chief Counsel for Voting Rights, Yael Bromberg, demands that absentee voting in Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, South Carolina, Indiana, Tennessee, and Kentucky, be made available to all voters regardless of age.

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