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Lack of poll workers and voting machines can lead to long lines, with longer delays in minority precincts, according to a new Brennan Center study.
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Lack of poll workers and low numbers of voting machines are key contributors to long voting lines, and precincts with more minorities experienced longer waits, according to a new Brennan Center study.
The Texas photo ID trail continues into its second week, the Brennan Center releases a New Student Voter Guide, and groups urge Congress to pass legislation that projects Americans' cloud data.
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As lawmakers examine the tragic events in Ferguson, Mo., they should turn their attention to federal funding of local law enforcement.