by Bryan Dewan Feb 4, 2016
This official acted unilaterally to allow states to instruct voters to bring a proof of their citizenship to the ballot box.
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 Alice Ollstein Feb 2, 2016
Same-day voter and online voter registration contributed to record Republican turnout in Iowa. So why are Republicans fighting those policies in North Carolina and Ohio?
by Scott Keyes Jan 29, 2016
This simple voting right could help bring thousands of new voters to Monday's caucuses.
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 Josh Israel Jan 18, 2016
King fought for the right to vote -- but these Republicans are not acting to restore his Voting Rights Act.
by Alice Ollstein Jan 11, 2016
"After the Michael Brown shooting and the subsequent protests, there was more attention paid to how the local government was largely controlled by white representatives."
by Alice Ollstein Dec 27, 2015
Bentley has been widely criticized for prioritizing the far-flung beachfront property at a time when the state is struggling to provide basic services to its residents.
by Alice Ollstein Dec 23, 2015
Less than a month after taking office, Matt Bevin (R) is exercising his new executive authority to undo the progressive changes of his predecessor.
by Scott Keyes Dec 7, 2015
Could this reform be the answer to increasing voter turnout?