Just a month from Election Day states are already pining for restrictions in the next election.
The biggest challenge voting rights advocates face right now is keeping people engaged without the spotlight of a presidential election.
Guyot's memorials prompted a Wall Street Journal op-ed writer to insist that the civil rights past is irrelevant to the Voting Rights Act’s future.
Nevada's Secretary of State wants to implement a costly voter ID registration system to combat nonexistent voter fraud.
An idea is spreading on the right that Republicans are unfairly constrained by a court ruling that bars the party from targeting “ballot security” measures at communities of color.
Arizona is still counting ballots cast more than two weeks ago—but why did it issue so many provisional ballots to begin with?
Here are ten lessons from an election season in which voting itself was hotly debated.
The Voting Rights Act is, in some ways, living on borrowed time.
A Republican poll watcher complains that too many people of color were voting in Aurora, Colorado, on Election Day.