Congresswoman Nikema Williams Receives A Rating on ECU // LAV Action Fund Scorecard

(WASHINGTON) – Today, Congresswoman Nikema (GA-05) announced she received an A Rating in End Citizens United // Let America Vote Action Fund (ECU // LAV) Legislative Scorecard for the 118th Congress. The scorecard grades members of Congress on their support for important anti-corruption and voting rights measures that Congress has introduced and considered over the past year.

Congresswoman Nikema Williams (GA-05), co-chair of both the Task Force on Strengthening Democracy and the Congressional Voting Rights Caucus said: 

“Our democracy is threatened by extremist politicians who want to silence our voices. The only way to stop these assaults is by enshrining democratic safeguards into federal law. I will continue my work with End Citizens United // Let America Vote Action Fund and anyone else who supports a democracy that truly works for everyone—no matter your ZIP Code, no matter your bank account.” 

End Citizens United // Let America Vote Action Fund President Tiffany Muller said:

“Congresswoman Nikema Williams has been a leader in the fight to safeguard our democracy, expand voting rights, and get Big Money out of our politics to ensure that the voices of the American people are heard in Congress. Congresswoman Williams’s strong record on these critical issues has earned her an ‘A’ on our 2024 legislative scorecard and we look forward to continuing to work with her to pass these reforms into law.”


Congresswoman Nikema Williams proudly serves Georgia’s Fifth Congressional District on the exclusive Financial Services Committee. She is a champion of voting rights and builds on the Fifth District’s legacy as the cradle of the civil rights movement as co-chair of the Congressional Voting Rights Caucus. Congresswoman Williams is committed to closing the racial wealth gap and ensuring the promise of America for all–regardless of your ZIP code or bank account.


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