by Alice Ollstein Jun 8, 2015
"This law is going to stop a lot of people from voting," warned Anita Johnson with Citizen Action of Wisconsin.
by Kira Lerner Jun 4, 2015
Clinton warned in 2013 that if the voting law isn't fixed, “citizens will be disenfranchised, victimized by the law instead of served by it.”
by Scott Keyes May 29, 2015
A small tweak in the state's voter registration law could yield hundreds of thousands of newly registered voters.
by Alice Ollstein May 15, 2015
Online voter registration is spreading across the country, but some states are moving in the opposite direct.
by Kira Lerner May 14, 2015
A group of people representing at-risk voting populations filed new lawsuit on Friday alleging the state’s actions to limit voting violate the Voting Rights Act.
by Scott Keyes May 13, 2015
Voter turnout could soon see a big boost in the Green Mountain State.
by Alice Ollstein Apr 29, 2015
The year-long legal battle could decide whether hundreds of thousands of Texans can participate in future elections.
by Scott Keyes Apr 9, 2015
Voter suppression could soon be coming to the Silver State.
by Scott Keyes Apr 2, 2015
This one easy trick has been proven to boost voter participation rates by at least seven percentage points.
by Alice Ollstein Mar 25, 2015
Could massive, diverse California go from one of the worst voter registration rates in the country to one of best?