Featured Work

Legal Theories to Compel Vote-by-Mail; California Law Review, May 2020.

How to Reform Vote-By-Mail; Northwestern Law Review, April 30, 2020.

Letter to Connecticut Governor Ned Lamont, April 21, 2020.

Debunking the Myth of Voter Fraud in Mail Ballots, April 14, 2020.

Analysis of H.R.1 and the Immediate Need for Expanded Access to vote-by-mail, April 9, 2020.

Why vote-by-mail is safe and will not spread COVID19 through the mail, April 1, 2020.

Analysis of the March 23 House Bill language on vote-by-mail and policy recommendations, March 27, 2020.

UCLA Voting Rights Project White Paper on Expanding Access to Vote-by-Mail, March 23, 2020.

The 2020 Elections: Is America Ready to Vote by Mail?

Campaigns and Elections: Can Vote By Mail Save 2020?

The Presidential Election In November May Be Held At Your Mailbox Thanks To COVID-19.

Experts Urge Universal Vote-By-Mail Programs Amid Outbreak.

Protecting Democracy: Implementing Equal and Safe Access to the Ballot Box During a Global Pandemic

The UCLA Latino Policy and Politics Initiative (LPPI) and the Voting Rights Project, the marquee advocacy project of UCLA LPPI, hosted a webinar on April 2nd to discuss the importance of vote-by-mail programs in upcoming primaries and the November general election amid the coronavirus pandemic. As the ongoing public health crisis raises concerns about voter turnout, particularly in underserved communities and for voters of color, now is the time to ensure everyone will have a fair chance to participate in the important upcoming elections.

UCLA LPPI hosted the following experts for the webinar:

Alex Padilla, California Secretary of State

Pamela Karlan, Stanford Law School

Neal Kelley, Orange County Registrar

Sonja Diaz, UCLA Latino Policy & Politics Initiative

Matt Barreto, UCLA Voting Rights Project

Chad Dunn, UCLA Voting Rights Project

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