Voting Rights

Rev. William Barber’s Poor People’s Campaign is leading a 27-mile, multiday march against voter suppression, urging Congress to take action on voting rights.
Moses was central to the 1964 “Freedom Summer” in which hundreds of students went to the South to register voters.
GOP lawmakers in Michigan, Wisconsin and Pennsylvania are trying to circumvent Democratic vetoes as they prepare for 2022.
The Democratic lawmaker joined Black women demonstrating for the Senate to pass federal voting rights legislation.
Over 50 Texas Democrats left the state earlier this week in an effort to block voter suppression legislation.
“I believe every person is a child of God, capable of being redeemed.” President Joe Biden’s federal court nominee, Myrna Pérez defended the right to vote.
The state lawmakers who fled for Washington to hold off an anti-voter bill said that Texans' voting rights "live on borrowed time" and that Congress must act.
The Oversight Committee will look into a "highly unusual" audit seemingly designed to foster conspiracy theories and undermine confidence in elections.
“Congress is the only play we have,” said state Rep. James Talarico, one of dozens of Democrats who secretly left Texas to stop a voter suppression bill.
"We are fully invested in good trouble," President Derrick Johnson said after over 50 Texas lawmakers were threatened with arrest for leaving the state.