Voting concerns have dominated the final weeks of the race between Democrat Stacey Abrams and Republican Brian Kemp, the secretary of state. Here's what we know.
By Bill Barrow, Frank Bajak, Associated Press
Amid record-breaking early voting this midterm season, concerns of voter suppression are at the center of some of the country's most contested races. Lisa Desjardins reports on what new voting restrictions mean for voters in Georgia, North Dakota and Kansas.
Weeks before the 2018 midterm elections, concerns remain about possible voter suppression tactics in various regions of the U.S. Why do voter roll purges, voter ID requirements and poll shutdowns disproportionately affect minority communities? Emory University professor Carol Anderson joins…
A legal challenge in New Jersey is one of several around the country filed by Democrats claiming Republicans and the Trump campaign are pushing for voter intimidation on Election Day.
By Josh Cornfield, Associated Press
The attack on a black church is the latest in a long history of racially motivated voter intimidation tactics.
By Bob Christie and Ryan Van Velzer, Associated Press
PHOENIX — Hours-long waits for some Arizona residents for presidential primary voting have led to accusations of voter suppression from Democrats and civil rights proponents who cite a decision by elections officials to slash the number of polling places this…
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