5 Reasons Why Kris Kobach Shouldn't Lead Trump's Voter Fraud Investigations [OPINION]
The Kansas secretary of state helped create President Trump’s border policy and supports voter ID measures. Now, he has a seat on the president’s new voter fraud investigation commission.
Are You Voting Today?
It’s Super Tuesday, and that means 12 states and one U.S. territory are holding primaries and caucuses today. Is it time for you to head to the polls?
WATCH: This Video Exposes the Harm and Hypocrisy of Voter ID Laws
John Oliver hilariously dismantles the case for enacting restrictive voter identification laws.
STUDY: Voter ID Laws Are Fantastic at Keeping People of Color Away From the Polls
“Voter ID laws skew democracy in favor of Whites and those on the political right.”
Trial Begins for North Carolina's Allegedly Discriminatory Voter ID Law
The plaintiffs argue that it was intentionally created to cheat people of color out of their right to vote.
Racist Wisconsin Voter ID Law Banned For Life (or at Least Until the State Appeals)
Wisconsin becomes the fifth state where courts struck down voter ID laws.
Pennsylvania Voter ID Ruled 'Unnecessarily' Burdensome, Unconstitutional
Judge blocks voter ID law, but not on grounds that it is racially discriminatory, oddly.
The Voting Rights Act Fix is In
Civil rights group are giving the bill some side-eye for failing to recognize voter ID laws.
Local Election Officials Show Bias Against Latino Voters, Especially on Voter ID
Local election officials were three-and-a-half to four-times more likely to respond to the emails that came from the non-Latino name, Greg Walsh, than the Latino name, Luis Rodriguez.
What's the Scope of Voter Suppression in this Election?
After months of trying, are voter suppression tactics really working at the polls?
Minnesota Voters Raise Their Diverse Voices for Voting Rights
Minnesota’s Communities of color are changing the narrative about the state’s voter ID amendment.
Citizenship and Voter I.D. Laws Could Keep 10 Million Latinos From Voting
New study finds that 23 states currently have legal barriers that disproportionately impact voter registration and participation by Latino citizens.
Federal Court Removes New Restrictions on Voter Registration Groups
On Wednesday, a federal judge in Florida issued an order to permanently remove a new restriction that would have made it harder for voter registration groups to register new voters.
LIVE CHAT: Colorlines.com Reporters on the Threat to Voting Rights in 2012
Watch–and join–a conversation about the 2012 elections and the growing rightwing attack on the right to vote.
How the Tea Party's Building a 'Poll Watcher' Network for November
True the Vote began as a small outfit in Houston three years ago. Now, its agenda for intimidating voters reaches all across the country.
Infographic: True the Vote's Spreading Campaign to Intimidate Voters in 2012
An interactive map of how one Tea Party group is moving the voter fraud meme inside far right and Republican Party politics.
Judge Allows Pennsylvania Voter ID Law to Move Forward
Civil rights groups vow appeal, arguing that hundreds of thousands may be disenfranchised in November.
I Have Photo ID, Therefore I Am
Ten Pennsylvania residents have spent the past week explaining in court that they do, in fact, exist and ought to be able to vote.
Taking a 'Freedom Ride' Against Pennsylvania's Voter ID [Photos]
More than 1,000 people rallied against Pennsylvania’s voter ID law this week. James Cersonsky shares his images from a “Freedom Ride” bus to the capital.
General Motors and Walgreens Leave ALEC, 30 Firms Have Left
Walgreens and General Motors are the 29th and 30th corporations to announce that they have dropped ALEC.