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As we commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Selma voting rights march, new state laws restricting voting remind us the struggle is not over.
While the Attorney General-nominee isn't responsible for some of the most contentious actions of her predecessor, she will be responsible for carrying them out.
A recent New York Times post understates the impact of restrictive voting laws. Here, we set the record straight and explain the detailed analyses behind voter ID numbers.
While many states restricted voting in this year's election, Montana voters rejected a ballot measure that would have eliminated same-day registration.
In many states, voters struggled with the new restrictions in this year's midterm election.
A quick look at the numbers shows that in several key races — North Carolina, Kansas, Virginia, and Florida — the margin of victory came very close to the likely margin of disenfranchisement.
Voters across the country — from Texas to North Carolina — head to the polls today. Here's the latest tweets from people experiencing problems at the polls, both in New York and nationwide.
New voting restrictions put unnecessary burdens on low-income and minority voters — and make it harder for them to participate in our democracy.
A voter who participated in the civil rights movement is turned away from the polls, a citizen is told her military ID isn't enough to vote, and other stories from on the ground in Texas.
There’s still suspense about what will happen on Election Day, but the Supreme Court has already won its battle by dismantling voting protections and campaign finance regulations.