Fair Fight, New Georgia Project, Black Voters Matter, and others worked overtime to increase access for marginalized voters in the 2020 general election.
In a state with a legacy of voter suppression, dysfunctional primaries alarmed voting rights advocates. Here’s how they’re working to ensure a better general election.
The US Court of Appeals has temporarily allowed the State of Florida to resume enforcement of a law that inhibits ex-felons from registering to vote.
The US Postal Service is needed more than ever as states expand options for voting by mail during the coronavirus pandemic; Texas is one of several states trying to change laws governing who can vote by mail.
A push to prioritize voting rights in response to the COVID-19 pandemic has expanded options for voting by mail in Maryland, Virginia, and Kentucky.