All posts tagged "Voting Rights"
Trump’s Quest to Prove His Claim About Voter Fraud: What You Need to Know
A majority of states will not comply with Trump's effort.
Is the Voting Rights Act of 1965 Still Effective?
Is this landmark racial discrimination legislation still applicable in modern times?
Virginia Governor Doubles Down on Effort to Restore Voting Rights to Felons
His new policy will restore the voting rights of 13,000 released felons.
Why A Circuit Court Struck Down North Carolina’s Discriminatory Voting Law
A Circuit Court says the law intended to discriminate.
Virginia Governor Wages Fierce Fight for Voting Rights
Terry McAuliffe spearheads the fight for ex-felons' right to vote
Oregon Becomes First State to Automatically Register Voters
Oregon passed a law this week making it the first state to automatically register voters.
The 51st State: What DC Statehood Would Mean for the Country
President Obama stirred up an old debate recently by becoming the first sitting president to endorse statehood for...
Sore Loser: McDaniel Challenges Weird Mississippi Primary Laws
Last night, in one of the most heated runoff elections in recent memory, Senator Thad Cochran narrowly defeated...
Holder Speaks Out Against Felon Voting Ban
Attorney General Eric Holder shined a spotlight on state voting laws this week when he spoke out against voting...