Voting Rights

Voters must have "an equal, fair opportunity to cast a ballot," said the statement signed by CEOs and companies including Google, Netflix, Apple and Amazon.
Even the Republicans who occasionally work with Democrats seem hostile to expanding ballot access.
"Emancipation," which will be directed by Antoine Fuqua, is the first major film to pull out of the state over the controversial legislation.
The Nevada Republican Party voted to censure Nevada's Republican Secretary of State, Barbara Cegavske, for refusing to investigate baseless allegations of fraud in the 2020 elections.
Carlson's “white replacement" conspiracy rhetoric was "not just a dog whistle to racists — it was a bullhorn," the ADL said in a letter to Fox News.
The third-highest ranking Democrat on Capitol Hill said he's "insulted" by Sen. Joe Manchin's calls for bipartisanship on voting rights laws.
It will be hard to "restore bipartisan faith" in elections with Trump out to destroy it.
A bill enhancing voter rights, approved by Kentucky's Republican-controlled General Assembly, was signed into law by Democratic Gov. Andy Beshear.
A new Georgia law bars anyone other than election workers from offering food or water to voters close to polling stations.
The order by Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms includes actions to mitigate the effect of Georgia's racist new law that significantly rolls back voting access.