Last February, the Trump administration abruptly abandoned the crux of the Justice Department's opposition to Texas' voter ID law. Government lawyers also asked the judge to delay her decision on whether the law intentionally discriminated ...
The Fifth Circuit judges wrote: "We recognize the charged nature of accusations of racism, particularly against a legislative body, but we also recognize the sad truth that racism continues to exist in our modern American ...
The right-wing movement that decries bureaucracy in fact loves red tape and barriers to democracy, in order to keep "them" from the polls.
The Supreme Court has cleared the way for one of the most restrictive voter suppression laws in the nation.
Oregon's new governor just took a huge step forward for voting rights.
Americans can look to our own past to see the evils of voter suppression.
Even in the reddest states, GOP governors could struggle to enact far-right reforms.
Could voter suppression swing the midterm elections?
How can you tell if Texas' restrictive law is swinging the elections?