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Voting Rights

Where, Oh Where Is the Media's Sense of Urgency on the GOP's Attack on Voting

Even in the face of "an unprecedented crisis of democracy," corporate media are likely to allow an authoritarian coup to happen because they're too unshakably committed to business as usual to sound the alarm.

Joshua Cho ·

GOP Attacks on Voting Already Impacting 2022 Primaries

All possible resources must be marshaled in the cause of fair, safe, and secure elections.

Fred Wertheimer ·

Nevada Dems Sound Alarm Over 'Single Most Vicious Suppression Attempt' Yet by GOP

"It is with absolute outrage that we have discovered a shocking effort to assault the electoral process of Washoe County," said the chair of the Nevada Democratic Party.

Jake Johnson ·

Just 6% of US House Seats Expected to Be Competitive Thanks to Rigged Maps

Gerrymandered congressional districts come alongside a wave of GOP voter suppression laws.

Kenny Stancil ·

GOP Law Blamed as Nearly 40% of Mail-In Ballots Rejected in Houston Area

"Mail ballots are people's votes," said a Harris County elections administrator who is "very concerned" about the anti-democratic effects of the Texas GOP's new voter suppression law.

Kenny Stancil ·

Groups Warn Texas Voting Rights 'In Jeopardy' as GOP Law Wreaks Havoc

"Confusion was always the point," one voting rights advocate said of the Republican law. "This was never actually about making sure that we can have free and fair elections."

Jake Johnson ·

Georgia Republicans Are Deliberately Attacking Voting Rights

Georgia's new restrictions strike at the heart of that Democratic stronghold, especially Black voters.

Steven Harper ·

Supreme Court's Ruling on Alabama Voting Map Could Open the Door to New Dangerous State Redistricting

The Supreme Court's order could have a significant, substantive effect on the 2022 midterm elections—and not just in Alabama.

Henry L. Chambers Jr. ·

The Supreme Court Hearing Alabama Voting Rights Case Signals Danger

A redistricting case could make it harder for communities of color to use the Voting Rights Act to ensure fair representation.

Michael Li ·

Voting Rights and Environmental Justice

The inextricable link between voting rights and environmental justice.

Derrick Z. Jackson ·

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