Aura Bogado writes about race, justice and the environment.
After a year of standing ground, the governor warms up to voter ID—but still vetoes bill that would have affected the voting rights of eligible students and African Americans.
In a state with an existing voter ID law, three bills target voters of color, youth, the elderly and non-English speakers.
What does reporting on voting rights mean at a time when a person's race, gender and class still determines if they'll be targeted for voter suppression?
The Sunshine State’s controversial scheme to scrub voter rolls of supposed non-citizen voters has now drawn more than ire; it’s headed to court.