by Laurel Raymond May 12, 2016
The federal court ruled that although voters with visual impairments are disenfranchised, there's not enough time to fix it before November.
by Ian Millhiser May 12, 2016
Nearly 700,000 Americans will be enfranchised under Clinton's simple plan.
by Alice Ollstein May 11, 2016
"Students really took a hit this year."
by Alice Ollstein May 5, 2016
“It amounts to dancing on the graves of people of color who fought, sacrificed and were killed so we could have this right [to vote], while spitting in the face of their descendants."
by Alice Ollstein May 3, 2016
The mostly-smooth primary saw some long lines, computer glitches and voters improperly turned away.
by Alice Ollstein Apr 28, 2016
“This bill is only about one thing and that’s one thing only...suppressing the votes, disenfranchising groups of individuals that tends to vote for Democrats.”
"Our democracy works best when people can actually participate in it."
by Alice Ollstein Apr 27, 2016
Other lawsuits against the state will continue.
by Alice Ollstein Apr 26, 2016
The decision could sway November's election results.
by Alice Ollstein Apr 25, 2016
Virginia's governor told protesting Republicans: "Quit complaining and go out and earn these folks' right to vote for you."