Election Reform Resources
Since its founding, FELN has worked with nonpartisan national and state 501c3 and c4 voter mobilization groups to provide resources as they conduct voter registration and Get Out The Vote (GOTV) drives. The materials provided on this page are designed to help organizations navigate the rules and procedures specific to their state, ensure compliance and maximize registration and GOTV efforts. Additionally, FELN provides reports and practical recommendations to overcome hurdles many voters face when trying to cast a ballot – particularly youth, students, and underrepresented constituencies.
We have also partnered with national groups like State Voices, CIRCLE, the League of Women Voters, America Votes, Black Youth Vote, NAACP Youth & College Division, Mi Familia Vota, NCLR, Generation Progress, Planned Parenthood, APIAVote (Asian & Pacific Islander American Vote), and college administrators (the America Democracy Project, The Democracy Commitment, NASPA, AACRAO, and NAFEO).
In addition to our general guides on voting and registration, FELN also provides resources for college administrators, campus organizations and students. Students have the option to vote with their campus address or their home address, but they often don’t have the information on how to register or vote and the deadlines they need to meet to participate in an election. Our resources geared toward college campus work can be found on our Campus Vote Project website.
FELN’s guides are typically updated during the spring. If there is specific information about a recent legal change in your state, please contact us at email@example.com