by Alice Ollstein May 24, 2016
More than half a million registered Texan voters, the vast majority of them people of color, could be disenfranchised if the law is upheld.
by Emily Atkin & Alice Ollstein May 19, 2016
The lawsuit claimed Republicans only passed the law to prevent African American, Latino, and poor people from coming out to vote.
by Laurel Raymond May 18, 2016
Ben & Jerry's wants YOU -- to have your voting rights and equal access to the democratic process.
by Alice Ollstein May 11, 2016
"Students really took a hit this year."
by Alice Ollstein May 5, 2016
“It amounts to dancing on the graves of people of color who fought, sacrificed and were killed so we could have this right [to vote], while spitting in the face of their descendants."
by Kira Lerner May 2, 2016
Conservative leaders can't seem to stick to the "voter fraud" script.
by Ian Millhiser Apr 30, 2016
A very conservative court will receive some adult supervision before the November election.
by Alice Ollstein Apr 28, 2016
“This bill is only about one thing and that’s one thing only...suppressing the votes, disenfranchising groups of individuals that tends to vote for Democrats.”
by Alice Ollstein Apr 26, 2016
The decision could sway November's election results.
by Alice Ollstein Apr 8, 2016
"Wisconsin's law remains the harshest in the country and continues to be a threat to our democracy."