Prepare to Protect Voting Rights in Minnesota

Tuesday, January 9, 2018

The White House last week dissolved the controversial Advisory Commission on Election Integrity (NPR). Voting rights advocates viewed the group as a tool to advance voter suppression tactics targeting low income and communities of color. Group’s supporting the Commission, such as the Heritage Foundation, see the effort to stop voter fraud shifting to the states. Read about MCF’s policy on voting rights and the myth of voter fraud in MCF’s Giving Forum. Then register for workshops on February 9 and February 16 to prepare Minnesota grantmakers to respond to forthcoming voting rights challenges in Minnesota, including a renewed push for voter photo identification cards. (Updated: January 9, 2018)

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