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It’s been a long road. And so many people contributed. But I knew this day would come.
Not since the 26th Amendment lowered the voting age to 18 has a single change in the law extended the franchise to as many people as Florida did Tuesday
It may not be for the reasons you think
Lawmakers likely to attack governor’s effort to restore franchise to parolees
Officials can’t avoid federal protections for purges by calling them challenges
The Brennan Center's Myrna Pérez discusses the threat of voter purges on the anniversary of the VRA
Here’s what’s happened on the voting front since we published our comprehensive summary in June
It is one of only four states with laws that permanently deny the vote to ex-offenders. That can change in the November election.
U.S. has a history of voter suppression laws that are just a threatening to our democracy as the Russian interference.
Mantell Stevens is an activist, organizer, speaker, and lobbyist with Kentuckians for the Commonwealth. We spoke with Stevens about his work, his life, and how they have come to influence each other.