Voting Rights

A case brought by North Carolina Republicans could wipe out protections against extreme partisan gerrymandering and endanger voting rights.
The 8-1 decision doesn't end the more than three-year dispute over the voter ID law, which is not currently in effect and has been challenged in both state and federal court.
President Joe Biden pointed to his predecessor’s false claims of election fraud as proof that the U.S. needs new laws to protect voting rights.
Superior Court judge rules that nothing in the state Constitution prohibits mail-in ballots, which are used by the overwhelming majority of Arizona voters.
Voting rights activist Stacey Abrams crusaded against the new voting laws in Georgia during a Senate hearing.
Through their voting rights and gerrymandering rulings, the Supreme Court's conservatives have limited who “the people” even are.
Donald Trump's top aide was registered to vote in North Carolina, South Carolina, and Virginia — all while promoting lies that the 2020 election was rigged.
Attorney General William Barr said the Justice Department hasn’t found any evidence of mass voter fraud.
“No argument is too crazy to try” before the Supreme Court’s six-vote conservative supermajority, one attorney said.
The men agreed to take a 12-week American civics class to avoid jail time.