voting rights 2012
Commentary: A Heartbreaking Decision on the Voting Rights Act
The Supreme Court sticks a dagger into the voting process.
Commentary: How Justice Scalia Celebrated Black History Month
Judge says voting rights law is a racial entitlement.
Black Voter Turnout Exceeded Other Minorities
Excitement over Obama, outrage to ID laws drew Black voters.
U.S. Senate Holds Hearings on Voting Problems
Senate will look at long lines and shorter voting hours.
Commentary: The Legacy of the Long Lines
Black and brown Americans spoke loudly by waiting to vote.
Commentary: The American Disgrace of Long Lines
Long wait times in Ohio and Florida must be addressed.
In Pennsylvania, Varying Views on the Impact of Voter ID Laws
Philly area politicians and professors weigh in.
Civil Rights Leaders Complain of Voter Intimidation by Houston Group
Black leaders say True the Vote seeks to suppress votes.
At Age 101, a Determination to Cast a Ballot
Louise Peartree has voted since 1932 and will continue.