The GOP shows no signs of letting up on its campaign to restrict voting rights. Republican states have already passed more restrictions in 2017 than they did in '16 and '15 combined.
As the commission meets Tuesday to discuss potential changes to the way Americans vote, its members have been busy promoting falsehoods that they’ll use to restrict access to the ballot.
How many voters will be turned away? How long will the voting lines extend? We will know very soon. Unfortunately, this is not the kind of election result citizens in a democracy should be anticipating.
Today marks the 50th anniversary of the signing of the Voting Rights Act, the bill many historians regard as the most influential legislation passed by Congress in the last half-century.
One question looming over this election is just how significant will be the impact of the wholesale disenfranchisement of eligible voters.
The Tarheel State is the case study for how devastating the Supreme Court’s gutting of the Voting Rights Act has been.
Fired by the same spirit of righteous indignation that drove their predecessors, a movement of young people and minorities and progressives of all stripes is stepping up.
The Supreme Court Gutted the Voting Rights Act. What Happened Next in These 8 States Will Not Shock You.
When his court weakened the civil-rights-era law last year, Chief Justice Roberts wrote that "our country has changed." We crunched the numbers. He was wrong.