200+ Groups Call on Senate to Delay Recess to Pass Voting Rights

200+ Groups Call on Senate to Delay Recess to Pass Voting Rights

Senate Democrats must prioritize passage of the Freedom to Vote Act and John R. Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act as soon as possible and delay recess if necessary to do it, a coalition of more than 200 groups representing tens of millions of Americans said today in a letter to the Senate.

Following Blocked Vote on John Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act, Declaration for American Democracy Sends Clear Message to Senate Democrats and President Biden to Act Now

Following Blocked Vote on John Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act, Declaration for American Democracy Sends Clear Message to Senate Democrats and President Biden to Act Now

In response to Senate Republicans’ blockage of a procedural vote on the John Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act, Jana Morgan, director of the Declaration for American Democracy coalition—a group of 240+ organizations representing tens of millions of Americans nationwide—issued the following statement:

Following Blocked Vote on John Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act, Declaration for American Democracy Sends Clear Message to Senate Democrats and President Biden to Act Now

Following Blocked Vote on Freedom to Vote Act, Declaration for American Democracy Sends Clear Message to Senate Democrats and President Biden to Act Now

In response to Senate Republicans’ blockage of a procedural vote on the Freedom to Vote Act, Jana Morgan, director of the Declaration for American Democracy coalition—a group of 240+ organizations representing tens of millions of Americans nationwide that is leading the charge to push for passage of the Freedom to Vote Act—issued the following statement: