By Ian Millhiser on March 10, 2014
Turns out, voter suppression ain't all that popular.
By Josh Israel on February 11, 2014
On a party-line vote, a Florida county's Republican majority Board of Commissioners voted Tuesday to eliminate almost one-third of the county's voting sites.
By Aviva Shen on February 7, 2014
University of Florida students will have to travel several miles off campus if they want to vote early this year.
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By Ian Millhiser on January 31, 2014
Texas could experience massive, multi-hour waits similar to the ones that faced Florida voters in 2012 simply because it takes too long to move voters who run afoul of the state's voter ID law.
By Scott Keyes on January 28, 2014
Gun owners in Tennessee are able to cast a ballot with ease under the state's new voter ID law. College students, not so much.
By Aviva Shen on January 22, 2014
Most Republican-led legisatures are going in the exactly opposite direction to suppress votes.
A new conservative super PAC hopes to proliferate more voter suppression laws by pouring money into secretary of state races.
By Scott Keyes on January 17, 2014
A major victory for voting rights and 750,000 Pennsylvanians who were at risk of disenfranchisement.
By Josh Israel on January 14, 2014
Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted (R), one of the nation's most notorious vote suppressors, has agreed to join an error-riddled multi-state voter purge database
By Josh Israel on January 11, 2014
Over his tenure as a state Delegate, Virginia Attorney General, and Governor, now-former Gov. Bob McDonnell (R) amassed a shockingly right-wing record.