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2016 Election Protection Volunteers

While the 2016 presidential election may feel like it took place ages ago, it has been less than two months since November 8 and some states only recently certified their results, giving all of us

Jacob Kraus
Voting rights signs at Capitol

Across the country, it is difficult not to notice that we are swiftly approaching another general election.

Jacob Kraus
Voting Rights Advocates and Voter Registration Clipboards

Late last week, 200 Reform Jews and advocates for social justice gathered in Raleigh-Durham, North Carolina to launch Nitzavim: Standing Up for Voter Protectio

Jacob Kraus

Starting this summer, the Reform Movement will be taking action around the United States under the banner of Ni

Religious Action Center
Voting rights signs at Capitol

Saturday, June 25 commemorates the third anniversary of the Supreme Court’s decision in the case Shelby County v.

Adam Waters

Taking Hillel’s instruction “Do not separate yourself from the community” to heart (Pirke Avot 2:5), Reform Jews have a long history of active participati

Adam Waters

As I have discussed in previous blog posts, 2016 marks the first presidential election year since the Supreme Court struck dow

Adam Waters

There is perhaps no more important form of civic engagement than voting. The vote is the cornerstone of our democracy, ensuring that those who govern are chosen by and beholden to the people.

Adam Waters

The Iowa and New Hampshire caucuses earlier this month marked the official start of the 2016 election cycle.

Adam Waters