All his work to boot people off the rolls implies there’s something shady about the rolls when there isn’t.

-Kristin Nabers, Georgia State Director, All Voting is Local Action

June 1, 2023 via The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Members of the Fulton County Board of Commissioners nominated Jason Frazier, who has challenged the voter registrations of nearly 10,000 voters in the county, to serve on its elections board.

May 24, 2023 via CNN

Florida was on track to include protections for election workers in the legislature’s broad-sweeping elections bills. Then “election integrity” advocates stepped in and had said provisions removed.

legislators seemed more focused on restricting voters’ access than on holding people accountable for threatening election workers.

-Brad ashwell, florida state director, All Voting is Local Action

These disinformation candidates trying to overturn the will of the people, their goal is to sow distrust, and through that distrust, they suppress turnout.

-Nick Pressley, Pennsylvania state director, All VOting is Local

May 18, 2023 via Bucks County Beacon

Approximately 20 candidates running for county commissioner or city council and who denied or cast doubt on the results of the 2020 election won their primary elections in Pennsylvania.

May 10, 2023 via The Associated Press

Ohio’s HJR 1/SJR 2, which would raise the threshold required to pass a constitutional amendment to 60% of the vote, passed out of the state legislature and into an August special election despite broad opposition.

lawmakers “should not underestimate us when we show up in August.”

-Kayla Griffin, Ohio state director, All Voting is Local Action

We believe that releasing this information while we’re in a live election increases the likelihood of more disinformation and is irresponsible.

-Alex Gulotta, Arizona state director, ALl Voting is Local Action

April 2, 2023 via The Washington Post

Some state legislatures are continuing to push to tighten voting laws and the rules for election administration, despite the lack of evidence for the claim that widespread fraud influenced the 2020 election. For example, an Arizona proposal would make digital images of ballots public during an election, an idea which is opposed by some voting rights groups.