by Alice Ollstein May 26, 2016
"It brings back a lot of ugly symbolism with the poll taxes of the past, when you had to pay to exercise your right to vote."
by Alice Ollstein May 24, 2016
The District Court called the early voting cuts "unconstitutional and...accordingly unenforceable."
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 Alice Ollstein May 23, 2016
"I might be the one vote that makes a difference. I feel like a citizen of the United States again," said one ex-offender who recently regained his rights.
by Kira Lerner May 22, 2016
"Sounds outrageous but it’s true."
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 Kira Lerner May 18, 2016
Michael Hiser was finally pardoned by Kentucky's former governor after years of battling for his rights.
by Kira Lerner May 17, 2016
"I feel less than human. I feel less than a man."
by Alice Ollstein May 17, 2016
Connecticut becomes the fifth state to adopt this policy to make it easier to vote.
by Emily Atkin May 12, 2016
President Obama would like to change the way -- or the day -- Americans vote.