by Emily Atkin Feb 12, 2016
"I feel pretty certain it's going to pass," one advocate said.
by Alice Ollstein Feb 9, 2016
Many students are reporting they were turned away from the polls.
by Emily Atkin Feb 9, 2016
"Virginia’s history as a former Confederate state is simply not relevant," attorneys for the state said.
"Why should we be first in the nation if we're working so hard to keep people from voting?"
by Scott Keyes Feb 2, 2016
In primary elections, strict voter ID laws drive down Latino turnout by 9.3 points, Black turnout by 8.6 points, and Asian American turnout by 12.5 points.
by Kira Lerner Feb 1, 2016
He doesn't see the problem with waiting six hours to vote.
by Alice Ollstein Jan 25, 2016
The NAACP is also arguing that the legislature intentionally waited until the Supreme Court struck down key protections in the Voting Rights Act before going forward with the ID law.
by Kira Lerner Jan 7, 2016
As primary season revs up, GOP lawmakers are pushing voter suppression.
by Alice Ollstein Nov 24, 2015
"Is liquor more important than the right to vote?"
by Alice Ollstein Oct 19, 2015
"I think it calls to question the real purpose of these voter ID laws," ACLU attorney Sean Young told ThinkProgress.