'Amazing Grace' and Poor People's Campaign Embark On Voter Registration Tour
The Aretha Franklin-focused documentary will screen for free in 22 states ahead of the general election.
Court Tosses Restrictive Proof of Citizenship Requirement for Would Be Voters
A federal appeals court ruled that the provision—which required the likes of a birth certificate just to register to vote—was illegal.
New App Shoots to Mobilize Latino Millenials Ahead of General Election
Unidos offers users voter registration information and a bilingual news feed featuring stories relevant to young Latino voters.
The 'Motor Voter Act' Turns 20 Today. Is It Aging Well?
A new report says it should expand easy registration into agencies used by new citizens and Native Americans.
Voter Registration Has an Ugly History, and Some Want to Revive It
Right wing machinations around voting haven’t stopped just because the election’s over. Now up: rebuilding the walls around registration.
Today's the Last Day to Register to Vote in Over a Dozen States
Have you registered to vote yet?
Are You and Your Friends Registered to Vote? Here's One Website That Does It All
National Voter Registration Day is today and Colorlines.com/NOW is highlighting a website that’s a one-stop-shop for all your voter registration needs.
Woman Acting for El Paso County, Co. Clerk's Office Only Registering Republicans [Video]
The short video shows a young woman identifying herself as an El Paso County, Co. Clerk’s Office who is there only to hand out registration forms to likely Romney voters.
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.
What's Happening With Voting Rights Near You? Here's a National Look
Some of the latest voting rights news from around the country.