Lawyers Committee for Civil Rights Under Law
“Any bit of suppression can make a big difference" in a close race, warned one voting rights advocate.
A Justice Department lawyer also apologized to a federal judge for the commission's failure to disclose documents ahead of a meeting.
The timing of two letters sent from the department and the commission raised eyebrows.
An official wants states to wait until a judge making a ruling in a lawsuit against the committee.
Note to states that want to dilute the votes of minorities: SCOTUS is watching.
Alexander Acosta's record at the Department of Justice and in academia raises some concerns.
That's not a great sign for voting rights protection.
Congressional Democrats propose making it easier to vote, not harder.
They joined the chorus calling for Senate action on Merrick Garland.
Judge Christopher Brasher said voters whose registration applications were lost may cast provisional ballots in next week's