Lunch Out Loud: Finding Our Voices When Democracy is Challenged

With the freedom to vote under attack by extremist state legislators, it remains imperative for congress to pass federal protections to guarantee voting rights. Join WV Citizen Action and partners for a series of webinars focused on challenges to our democracy and the actions we can take to protect our freedom to vote and hold those in power accountable. 

For our first “Lunch Out Loud” on July 28, Atiba Ellis, Professor of Law at Case Western Reserve University School of Law, and Anthony Majestro, a Charleston attorney with experience in election law, will discuss recent decisions by the US Supreme Court that affect voting rights, and what they mean for ballot access in West Virginia. The conversation will be moderated by former Secretary of State Natalie Tennant

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See you Friday, July 28th at noon!