Voting Rights

Twitter fact-checked President Donald Trump. Trump responded by threatening to regulate or shut down social media companies that he claims are trying to “silence conservative voices.”
Twitter fact-checked President Donald Trump. Trump responded by threatening to regulate or shut down social media companies that he claims are trying to “silence conservative voices.”
“This ruling means hundreds of thousands of Floridians will be able to rejoin the electorate," the ACLU said.
Jill Karofsky, who won a state Supreme Court seat, accused Republicans of endangering voters during the coronavirus pandemic.
The GOP-controlled legislature overrode Gov. Andy Beshear's (D) veto.
Democrats characterized the election as "voter suppression on steroids" after Republicans refused to postpone it amid a deadly viral pandemic.
They don't want a repeat of the Wisconsin debacle in November's general election.
Wisconsin isn't the only state trying to restrict voting rights right now. Republican officials in other states are blocking vote-by-mail and passing voter ID.
Crystal Mason was never told she couldn't vote while on parole, and her provisional ballot wasn't even counted.
On Super Tuesday, voters in Texas had to deal with long lines at polling places which could prove to be disastrous come November.