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The And Still I Vote call to action will work to stop efforts to silence our voices and empower our communities to act. It’s up to us to create a democracy where every eligible voter can cast a ballot and have it counted. Unless we act now, millions of Americans will be denied the right to vote this year.

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Why We Fight

And Still I Vote is a national call to action for people to take back the power of the vote. 2020 is the election of our lifetime and we will not be silenced. In every corner of our country, policymakers have put up discriminatory barriers to the ballot that shut us out. From closing polling places in Black communities to wrongfully erasing voters from the rolls – including low-income voters, seniors, and college students. They are taking away our right to vote and rigging the system for their own benefit.

Our Tour

A tour to empower our communities.

We’re traveling across the country to empower people with tools to protect voting in their communities, and ensure that every eligible voter has the right to vote.

Tour Schedule

Feb 28 - Mar 1

Selma, AL

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Arizona

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Wisconsin

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  • Feb 28 - Mar 1

    Bloody Sunday is a day we won’t forget. It is a stain on our democracy. It is also a turning point for social justice in this country. Join us as we commemorate the place where it all began and renew our fight forward.

    Photo by Dan Anderson/EPA/Shutterstock (7968669o) Dorothy Vaughn Walks Across the Edmund Pettus Bridge During the 50th Anniversary Commemoration of the 'Bloody Sunday' Crossing in Selma Alabama Usa 08 March 2015 Nearly 600 People Marching For Voting Rights From Selma to Montgomery Alabama Usa on 07 March 1965 Were Tear-gassed and Beaten by a County Posse and State Troopers at the Bridge the Events Led to Passage of the Voting Rights Act by the Us Congress United States Selma Usa Selma 50th Anniversary
  • Photo by Gerald Herbert/AP/Shutterstock (5942808ae) A woman waves flags in a large crowd near a stage where President Barack Obama will speak and then take a symbolic walk across the Edmund Pettus Bridge, in Selma, Ala. This weekend marks the 50th anniversary of
  • Photo by Patrick Semansky/AP/Shutterstock (9728314e) Melania Trump. Tara Young, a staffer with Maryland Democratic gubernatorial candidate Ben Jealous' campaign, chants outside a polling place, in Baltimore Maryland Primary Governor, Baltimore, USA - 26 Jun 2018
  • In states from Arizona to Wisconsin, efforts to silence our voices are rampant throughout the nation. Whether it’s restrictive voter ID laws or massive voter purges, we’re fighting back against attempts to stop us from voting.

    Mandatory Credit: Photo by Gerald Herbert/AP/Shutterstock (6102229q) Crowds take a symbolic walk across the Edmund Pettus Bridge, in Selma, Ala. This weekend marks the 50th anniversary of
  • Photo by Erik Lesser/EPA/Shutterstock (7968670b) People Cross the Edmund Pettus Bridge During Activities Leading Up to the Commemoration of the 50th Anniversary of the Bloody Sunday Crossing of the Bridge in Selma Alabama Usa 06 March 2015 President Barack Obama Will Speak at the Bridge on 07 March on 07 March 1965 an Estimated 525 to 600 Civil Rights Marchers Headed East out of Selma Before They Were Confronted by State Police at Edmund Pettus Bridge who Beat the Protests with Sticks and Fired Tear Gas to Try to Disperse the Crowd the Weekend of Civil Rights Activities Also Honors the Selma-to-montgomery March and the Voting Rights Act of 1965 United States
  • Photo by Erik S Lesser/EPA/Shutterstock (7968671v) A Young Boy Rides on the Shoulders of a Man As Marchers Cross the Edmund Pettus Bridge During the 50th Anniversary Commemoration of the 'Bloody Sunday' Crossing of the Bridge in Selma Alabama Usa 08 March 2015 Nearly 600 People Marching For Voting Rights From Selma to Montgomery Alabama Usa on 07 March 1965 Were Tear-gassed and Beaten by a County Posse and State Troopers at the Bridge the Events Led to Passage of the Voting Rights Act by the Us Congress United States Selma Usa Selma 50th Anniversary
Statistics

The Receipts

Decisionmakers nationwide are passing laws to make it harder to cast a ballot. They’re stripping the fundamental right to vote from millions of Americans simply because they have a criminal conviction. And they’re deciding – in secret – to close polling places in our communities.

17 Million

People were purged from voter rolls between 2016 and 2018

6 Million

People were denied the right to vote in 2016 due to a previous felony charge

25 States

Half the states in the country have enacted voting restrictions in the last decade

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