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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.
Poll workers misinforming voters, state officials unaware of the "free" IDs they are supposed to issue, and more stories of voters struggling with Texas's new photo ID requirement.
From young voters misinformed to elderly voters at risk, Texans share the hurdles and hoops they have to go through to try to vote this election.
"You can’t vote with this card." Six Texan voters share the difficulties they've encountered trying to vote in a state with one of the strictest voter ID laws.
Nearly two dozen states have passed new laws making it harder to vote.
The inability to make an argument for voter ID may hurt some candidates.
From Texas to Wisconsin, major voting rights cases are making headlines. Brennan Center Communications Manager Erik Opsal breaks down exactly why these legal battles are happening.
The Arkansas Supreme Court begins the hearing on the strict photo-ID law enacted by the General Assembly in 2013. There are several good reasons why the Court should uphold a lower court's decision finding the law unconstitutional.
The last large-scale push to curb voting access was more than a century ago, after Reconstruction. Until now.