by Ian Millhiser Mar 28, 2014
In 2016, the role of Florida — with its six hour voting lines in 2012 — could be played by Gov. Scott Walker’s (R) state of Wisconsin.
by Rebecca Leber Feb 25, 2014
The change eliminates extended early voting hours on weekdays, the final two days before Election Day as well as Sunday voting, a day typically important to African-American voters because churches use it to turn out votes.
by Aviva Shen Feb 7, 2014
University of Florida students will have to travel several miles off campus if they want to vote early this year.
by Igor Volsky Nov 30, 2013
The proposed bills would reduce the number of absentee-voting days and require voters to present valid identification when casting a ballot.
by Ian Millhiser Oct 28, 2013
And voter fraud at the polls is still less common than people getting struck by lightning.
by Ian Millhiser Oct 25, 2013
One of America's worst elections officials is at it again.
by Nicole Flatow Aug 13, 2013
At 92 years old, Rosanell Eaton faces obstacles to voting that rival those she faced at age 21, thanks to the new North Carolina voter suppression law signed yesterday by Gov. Pat McCrory.
by Nicole Flatow Jul 28, 2013
North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory admits he hasn't read portions of the voting bill he plans to sign. It would be the most suppressive law in the nation.
by Aviva Shen May 24, 2013
by Aviva Shen May 23, 2013