Voter Suppression

“Lionizing Brad Raffensperger is a bit wrongheaded.” After Georgia’s secretary of state stood up to President Trump on overturning election results, Stacey Abrams pointed out he isn’t exactly a champion of voting rights.
Civil rights activists point to Mason's incarceration for casting an ineligible ballot as evidence of racist voter suppression.
Trump and his campaign have waged a war on the election system, relying heavily on baseless allegations of fraud in cities with large Black and brown communities.
Georgia has voted for a Democratic president for the first time in 28 years. For that, Joe Biden can thank Stacey Abrams and the work of local voting rights activists.
New York voters waited in long lines on the first day of early voting in their state. Voters also flooded polling sites in Pennsylvania, Ohio, Alabama and elsewhere.
A toxic political atmosphere and the prospect of armed poll monitors have some worried it might keep voters away.
Our editors have picked some of your most thought-provoking comments from last week’s top stories.
Judges and justices appointed by Trump have ruled against voting access 85% of the time this year, the study found.
And the outdated reason we're still voting on a Tuesday in the year 2020.