Amendment 4 is supposed to take effect January 8, restoring voting rights to nearly 1.5 million Floridians. But the initiative isn’t necessarily guaranteed — at least right away.
I won’t say who I voted for in 2016, but it definitely wasn’t the guy who is in the White House now—that's for sure.
The Supreme Court just cleared the way for states to kick potentially millions of people off voter rolls
The move disproportionally impacts homeless people, veterans, Libertarians, and low-income people working multiple jobs.
In the wake of the Freddie Gray protests that made race relations in Baltimore national news, some locals are determined to expand voting rights for former prisoners.
Hundreds of people in the London Borough of Hackney are furious after being told that they might not be able to vote today due to technical difficulties.
Criminal records are preventing millions of people — including many who committed non-violent crimes — from going to the polls. This includes 1 in 13 of all African Americans.
Georgia just lost its epic four-year quest to win fraud convictions against 12 African American voting organizers in the small town of Quitman. But officials don't seem to care, and now they're targeting another voter-registration drive in Atlanta.