WHY WE MARCH IN 2012

“I’m writing this with a heavy heart. My husband is on an I.C.E hold currently being held in Dodge County. He is my husband of fourteen years and father to our four beautiful children. Our oldest is six and our youngest is only fifteen months.”

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Second Voter ID Lawsuit Prevails in Wisconsin

Statement on Ruling in League of Women Voters Photo ID Lawsuit  Voces de la Frontera and the Milwaukee Branch of the NAACP are pleased that the League of Women Voters has prevailed in its challenge to the voter photo ID law and that Dane County Circuit Judge Richard Niess has granted the motion for summary […]

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Voces/NAACP Lawsuit Halts Voter ID Law

Judge Grants Temporary Injunction Denying Requirement for Photo ID in General Election On March 6th, Wisconsin Dane County Judge David Flanagan granted a temporary injunction halting any implementation of Wisconsin’s controversial new voter ID law for the April 3rd general election.  “Justice has been served,” said Voces executive director Christine Neumann-Ortiz. “This is a victory […]

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