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Voting Rights


Citing Likely Racist Motives, Federal Judge Blocks Florida GOP's Voter Suppression Law

"At some point, when the Florida Legislature passes law after law disproportionately burdening Black voters, this court can no longer accept that the effect is incidental."

Brett Wilkins ·

Sinema Under Fire for 'Directly Enabling' New GOP Voter Purge Law in Arizona

"The GOP continues to suppress voting rights across the country," said one advocacy group. "Do you see what's happening in your state, Senator Sinema?"

Jake Johnson ·

A Five-Alarm Emergency for Voting Rights and Democracy

The GOP's voter suppression laws are working. They need to be stopped before more states adopt them.

Robert P. Alvarez ·

Arizona Senate Passes GOP Bill That Could Spark 'Most Extreme Voter Purge' in US

"This is a recipe for chaos, not election integrity, and it would likely cut the state's electorate in half overnight," warned one observer.

Jake Johnson ·

Beware the GOP Election Police Force

States across the country are establishing or empowering law enforcement agencies to aggressively pursue rare instances of voter fraud.

Michael Waldman ·

Critics Blast 'Absolutely Shocking' Supreme Court Decision on Wisconsin Voting Maps

Journalist John Nichols called it "a stunning decision that confirms just how extreme the U.S. Supreme Court's majority has become."

Jessica Corbett ·

The War on Democracy Is Here

Trump is using America's democratic process to destroy democracy from within.

Steven Harper ·

This Vote That I Have...

We must come together as a coalition powerful enough to end and overcome the suppression and organize the resurrection of fusion politics in the South.

Rev. Dr. William J. Barber II ·

As Feared, 2020 Census Significantly Undercounted Minorities

"This undercount means we are saddled with inaccurate numbers for the next decade," said one rights advocate. "The consequences are serious."

Julia Conley ·

Texas Mail-In Ballot Rejection Rate Skyrockets Under GOP Voter Suppression Law

For Texans who cast ballots by mail in the state's recent primary, the initial rejection rate was 17% across 120 counties, compared with less than 1% statewide during the 2020 general election.

Kenny Stancil ·

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