National Voter Protection Action Fund
We are a non-partisan social welfare organization formed to combat voter suppression and support election protection efforts nationwide.
NVPAF partners with local organizations across the country who are doing crucial election protection and anti voter-suppression work. We fund their election protection field plans and help them advocate for and organize around anti-suppression policy. Join Us
81+ THOUSAND MINORITY VOTERSIn South Carolina, 81,000 minority voters lacked government-issued IDs; minority voters are more likely to lack photo ID issued by the Department of Motor Vehicles, than white voters.
13+ STATES INTRODUCED BILLS13 states and the District of Columbia introduced bills in 2011 that would end highly popular Election Day and same-day voter registration, limit registration drivers, and/or reduce opportunities for voters to register.
5+ MILLION VOTERS AFFECTEDWith new voter suppression laws in effect, an estimated 5 million eligible voters could have been kept from registering and/or casting a ballot during 2018.
Just $5 can help us ensure fair elections for everyone.
If every American who cares about fair and open elections gives $5 to the cause, we can ensure that every citizen who wants to can cast a vote, even in jurisdictions where the worst suppression tactics are in place. #igot5onvoterprotection
Stay updated with the latest news
March 14, 2019
Ending voter suppression is the whole game in 2020
By Don Calloway, Opinion Contributor
Unless the Democratic party, progressive activists and third party groups combine forces to prevent voter suppression, the party's Presidential, Gubernatorial, Senate, and Congressional nominees will be mere participants in a game of political musical chairs, high profile personalities without key pieces of the infrastructure in place to actually compete to win. Read article
September 8, 2018
The Republican Approach to Voter Fraud: Lie
By Carol Anderson, The New York Times
They use the fallacy of rampant cheating at the polls to make it harder for people to vote. Read article