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A federal judge has struck down key parts of a Florida law that made it harder for people of color to register to vote.
Walmart appears to be showing a newfound commitment to the needs of the nation’s African-American community.
Voter-ID laws could make things tough at the polls. Here's how to ensure that you're covered.
Conservative group ALEC caves to political and economic pressure and abandons its Public Safety and Elections task force — which is behind the controversial "Stand Your Ground" Law among others — but advocacy groups say the damage has been done.
The latest news on redistricting and voting rights.
Online advocacy group ColorOfChange forced Coca-Cola to drop membership in group that promotes voter suppression efforts. Kraft Foods also shed ties with the group
Why justice for Trayvon Martin must include countering ALEC’s efforts to undermine our democracy.
ColorofChange is urging its members to help force major corporations from supporting an organization that it says helps disenfranchise Black voters.
U.S. Sen. Patrick Leahy urged the State Department on Friday to look at the visa and U.S. residency status of Haitian officials who might have engaged in election fraud in Haiti's legislative races.