Even before women in the U.S. had the right to vote, political strategists assumed married women would just cast the same votes as their husbands. A century later, the questionable theory continues to stick.
Three law firms representing the Republican National Committee in mail-in voting cases in Pennsylvania, Nevada, and California all applied for and received forgivable loans.
Possibly Getting Infected With COVID-19 Isn’t a Good Enough Reason to Allow Vote by Mail, Texas Court Rules
Texas is one of 18 states where voters have to have an excuse to request a mail ballot.
The party is recruiting 50,000 volunteers in 15 states to “monitor polling places and challenge ballots and voters deemed suspicious.”
A million or more new voters could be eligible for 2020 thanks to a ballot initiative reversing Jim Crow-era policy.
The 1920 massacre in Ocoee, Florida involved whites lynching, castrating, and removing hundreds of blacks from their land in retaliation for them trying to exercise their right to vote.
Wednesday night was Barack Obama's shining moment—and his party was soaking it up.
Cuts to basic voting services are melding the right's enthusiasm for spending cuts with its more insidious support for restricting ballot access.
Fifty-one years after "Bloody Sunday," civil rights activists in Selma fear a resurgence in voter suppression ahead of the first presidential election since the Supreme Court overturned the landmark Voting Rights Act.
About a quarter of the ex-cons who can't vote in America live in the Sunshine State.