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Image for Georgia NAACP Commends Decision to Keep Polls Open

The NAACP’s Georgia State Conference commends the decision by the Randolph County Board of Elections to vote against a consultant proposal to close 7 of 9 voting polls in a nearly-all Black district, less than 3 months before midterm elections.

Image for NAACP Youth & College <br>Convenes ‘Peoples <br>Inauguration’ Jan 21

Chance the Rapper, Youth Activists Gathering in DC to Respond to Civil Rights Threats

Image for NAACP Statement on Supreme Court Ruling to  Uphold “One Person, One Vote”

If voting is a civic sacrament, then the principle of “one person, one vote” is a civic commandment enshrined in our Constitution. Today, the Court unanimously affirmed that principle.

Image for Young leaders Urge US Senate Leadership to Hold Hearing and Vote on Supreme Court Nominee

Given the importance of the position which was left vacant by Justice Scalia’s passing, we firmly urge you to move forward with your Constitutional responsibility of “advise and consent” and hold hearings, and ultimately a vote, on the next nominee to the U.S. Supreme Court.