Vice President Harris Launches Voting Rights Initiative At Howard

Vice President Kamala Harris came to Howard University to promote a voting rights initiative.  The Democratic National Committee’s “I Will Vote” Campaign is getting a $25 million boost to protect voting rights.  The campaign focuses on promoting voter registration and participation among minorities. The money will be used to boost voter registration, mobilize voters in the upcoming 2022 midterm elections and help educate voters on some of the state laws being considered and passed by Republican-led state legislatures.

Howard University Student Association President Kylie Burke, left, introduces Vice President Kamala Harris to the podium to speaks about voting rights at Howard University