Fair Fight, New Georgia Project, Black Voters Matter, and others worked overtime to increase access for marginalized voters in the 2020 general election.
Professional athletes use their celebrity and wealth to push for social change and encourage fans to vote in response to police violence against Black citizens.
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.
Florida and Texas governors magnify disturbances at mostly peaceful protests to propose harsh anti-protest legislation that could strip protesters of their right to vote.
A new Tennessee law makes camping on state property, among other protest-related offenses, a felony. In Tennessee, people convicted of felonies lose the right to vote.
Voters should expect more to go right on Election Day as election officials learn from mistakes made in the primaries.
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.