Millions of Americans with disabilities face numerous barriers to the battle box, and Republican legislatures are only making the problem worse.
A new report details the increasing prevalence of hand counting, analyses the risks of the method and highlights the best counting practices going forward.
A bright red outline of Mississippi is juxtaposed with a dark blue background and blue-hued voters standing in line. In the foreground, blue ballots are fluttering out of a red ballot box.
From private funding of elections to the redistricting process and hand counting, here are some lingering and new democracy myths to be debunked this holiday season.
The Wisconsin Supreme Court is holding oral argument in a lawsuit challenging Wisconsin’s Assembly and Senate maps. The petitioners — a group of Wisconsin voters — argue that the legislative districts are extreme partisan gerrymanders in violation of multiple provisions of the state constitution.
On Saturday, voters in Louisiana will cast ballots in the secretary of state race to determine who will become the chief election officer ahead of 2024.
A report from last fall highlights how ID requirements, often which are unnecessary, create serious burdens in everyday life — especially for minority communities.
Under lesser known provisions of the Voting Rights Act, a series of new federal lawsuits — from Washington to North Carolina — challenge voting laws that disenfranchise citizens across the country.
Today, a trial challenging two Arizona voter suppression laws — House Bills 2492 and 2243— begins.
Following a conspiracy-laden article, nine Republican-led states departed from ERIC without any sufficient plan to replace it.
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