A key provision of the Civil Rights Act protects voters nationwide from being disenfranchised over innocent and minor accidental ballot mistakes. Republicans seem bothered by this reality, litigating against parties seeking to enforce the provision in a multitude of court cases throughout the country.
What exactly are primaries and caucuses, what separates the two and how do versions of each differ?
In a spate of recent decisions, the infamously conservative 5th Circuit has delayed fair maps, upheld voter suppression laws and agreed to reconsider its own established precedent that protects coalitions of minority voters from discriminatory maps.
A little known Wisconsin legal group has fought teeth and nail to advance conservative causes in recent years, not the least of which include attacks on voting rights and Democracy in the Badger State.
Millions of Americans with disabilities face numerous barriers to the battle box, and Republican legislatures are only making the problem worse.
Increasingly, organizers, politicians and political parties are recognizing that the South isn’t inherently or irrevocably Republican — more aptly, the South’s voters are suppressed.
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.
A report from last fall highlights how ID requirements, often which are unnecessary, create serious burdens in everyday life — especially for minority communities.
Today, a trial challenging two Arizona voter suppression laws — House Bills 2492 and 2243— begins.
After failing to stop Proposal 2 before it got on the ballot, Republicans are attacking the now enacted proposal once again, this time with a new lawsuit.
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