States Expanding Voting Rights To Former Felons In Apparent Bipartisan Wave
Minnesota recently restored voting rights for over 55,000 formerly incarcerated people.
Stacey Abrams is “Likely” to Run Again for Office
Two-time candidate for Georgia governor, Abrams says when she’s not working to improve voting rights laws and access, she’s about another run.
2022 Midterm Elections: Black Georgia Voters Turning Out In High Numbers Despite New Restrictive Laws
Volunteers on the ground are helping people navigate the new layer of voter suppression laws, says Black Voters Matter co-founder LaTosha Brown.
Stacey Abrams Warns Of Voter Suppression In Georgia As Early Ballot Casting Begins
Early voter turnout has already shattered records over the previous election.
Georgia Governor’s Race Too Close to Call Two Months to Election Day
Most recent polling suggests a dead heat between Gov. Brian Kemp and repeat contender Stacey Abrams in their second campaign against each other.
Supreme Court Will Hear North Carolina Case Next Term That Could Hinder Voting Rights Nationwide
The ruling could vastly diminish the authority of state courts to block discriminatory voting laws.
New York Enacts New Law To Protect Voting Rights
Named for the late civil rights hero Rep. John R. Lewis, the law prevents local counties from enacting rules that suppress the Black vote.
Texas Court Orders Review Of Black Woman’s Illegal Voting Conviction
Crystal Mason gets a chance to clear her name and overturn a five-year prison sentence.
Senate Democrats Explain Plans On Voting Rights and Student Loan Forgiveness
The Democratic Caucus members spoke with Black members of the media on issues they say would most benefit Black voters.
Texas Mail-In Ballot Rejections Skyrocket With New Restrictions
Is this a sign of what’s ahead for voters of color in the upcoming 2022 midterm elections?