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In the past week alone, Democratic groups have filed three challenges to voting restrictions in different places.
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The state is removing more than 300,000 people from its voter rolls, raising concerns from voting rights advocates who say this is yet another effort to suppress votes.
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The lead plaintiff in a new lawsuit will not be legally allowed to vote until 2053 because she will be on probation.
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Critics say Florida effectively approved a poll tax on voters.
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The state wanted people who it suspected had moved — around 175,000 people — to jump through additional hoops at the polls if they wanted to vote.
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In a Washington Post op-ed, Mason, who activists say is a victim of blatant voter suppression, vowed to “educate the next generation” of voters about their rights.
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The law subjects people who engage in voter registration to potential fines and even criminal penalties.
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Lawyers for Mason, who was sentenced to five years in prison, say her provisional vote in 2016 wasn't an illegal vote because it didn't actually count.
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Crystal Mason is fighting a five-year prison sentence for trying to vote in the 2016 presidential election.
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Voting rights groups want the state to pause the removals, noting that thousands of eligible voters are at risk of having their voter registrations canceled.
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“The only way to know whether voters want to cancel their registration is to ask them," 7th Circuit Chief Judge Diane Wood wrote.
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David Ledbetter wanted to meet the people where they are, and right now the people are in line for chicken sandwiches.
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People awaiting trial are often eligible to vote but don't know it.
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The former Georgia gubernatorial candidate said she's currently focused on fighting voter suppression ahead of the primary.
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The former Georgia gubernatorial nominee will not be running for president in 2020.
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The president's former campaign manager is reportedly considering a run for the U.S. Senate in New Hampshire.
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Places that were subject to federal supervision in the past still appear to be removing voters more aggressively today.
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So far, not a single question has been posed about gerrymandering or other key voting rights issues.
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She's appealing a five-year prison sentence and fighting to save her home, all so the state can prop up the myth of "voter fraud." There are serious questions about the case against her.
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"This administration is weaponizing the federal judiciary to restrict the vote," the NAACP warns in a new report.