Black voters


Stacey Abrams Files Lawsuit Over Uncounted Votes in Georgia Governor Race

Stacey Abrams' campaign is asking election officials to include remaining provisional ballots and some rejected absentee ballots in the final tally in her race against Republican Brian Kemp.
Marie Solis
Vote Now

Black Lives Matter Co-Founder, Alicia Garza, Tells Us How to Activate the Black Vote

The racial justice activist explains why it's not enough for politicians to just engage with black culture to secure the support of black voters for the 2018 midterm elections and beyond.
Alicia Garza
Alabama election

Black voters are the reason Doug Jones defeated Roy Moore

Doug Jones just became Alabama’s first Democratic senator in more than two decades, and the state’s black voters and their aggressive organizing efforts played a big part in delivering the win in the special election Tuesday night.
Noah Kulwin
Vote Now

The Voting Rights Act Was a Big Win but Voter Suppression Still Exists

As part of our Vote Now series, VICE Impact will feature stories that highlight historic moments of voter expansion in the US.
Impact Staff
Donald Trump

Donald Trump thinks a nationwide stop and frisk program would be 'incredible'

The Republican nominee made his suggestion while speaking at a town hall in Cleveland at a predominantly African-American church in Cleveland.
Olivia Becker and Tess Owen
The VICE Guide to the 2016 Election

The Myth of Donald Trump’s Black Voter Outreach

As the Republican nominee makes overtures to minority voters, he's pursuing a strategy of dividing and conquering.
The VICE Guide to the 2016 Election

How the Democratic Party Takes Black Voters for Granted

The party needs minority voters to win national elections. But the solutions they're offering are nowhere near enough.
The VICE Guide to the 2016 Election

Can Killer Mike Help Bernie Sanders Win Black Voters?

The rapper and the septuagenarian socialist finally got to spend some QT together in Atlanta this week.
Livia Gershon

Top Georgia Officials Are Going After Black Leaders Who Organized Voters

Political activists in Quitman, Georgia are paying a price for the Southern white establishment's paranoid fantasies.
Spencer Woodman