by Alice Ollstein Oct 28, 2014
"I feel absolutely sick that this election is being stolen," say the volunteers who registered the voters who could now be denied access to the ballot box.
by Alice Ollstein Oct 26, 2014
"Their voices should be heard because they can indeed change the destiny of the state," Rep. Stacy Abrams said about the newly registered voters of color at risk of disenfranchisement.
by Kira Lerner Oct 24, 2014
Eighty-five percent of Buffalo County residents live on the Crow Creek Indian Reservation. So why is the closest early voting site located 25 miles away in a town of 14 people?
by Ian Millhiser Oct 21, 2014
It is likely the Supreme Court will have much more to say about voting rights before the term ends in June.
by Ian Millhiser Oct 18, 2014
Saturday's order reinstating the voter ID law is an early sign of how much easier it will be for states to enact voter suppression laws under the Roberts Court's narrow vision of voting rights.
by Kira Lerner Oct 15, 2014
The findings were released as courts are considering the constitutionality of voter ID laws across the country with just three weeks until the midterm elections.
by Aviva Shen Oct 8, 2014
The court allows the state to eliminate same-day voter registration and out-of-precinct voting.
by Scott Keyes Oct 8, 2014
Voting rights is up for a vote this November in Illinois.
by Aviva Shen Oct 2, 2014
Attorney General candidate Leslie Rutledge is crying foul over her cancelled voter registration.
by Ian Millhiser Sep 29, 2014
The Supreme Court is likely to be confronted with two cases that will challenge whether the Court is capable of applying the same rule in cases that benefits Democrats as it does in cases that benefit Republicans.