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By Aamer Madhani, Associated Press
Even with proponents of Trump's election lies roundly defeated during this year's midterms, advocates on both sides of the voting debate are bracing for another round of election-related legislation.
By Nicholas Riccardi, Acacia Coronado, Associated Press
Such monitoring occurs regularly on Election Day. This year, it comes as civil rights groups and the federal government have raised alarm over potential voter intimidation at some polling places and ballot boxes.
By Michael Balsamo, Associated Press
A civil rights lawyer provides a guide so voters can know their rights to cast a ballot.
By Karen Figueroa-Clewett, The Conversation
Americans with disabilities say state efforts to tighten voting laws are making it harder for eligible voters like them to cast their ballots. The debate recently played out in Wisconsin after voters there sued, prompting a federal judge to order…
By Frances Kai-Hwa Wang
Voters in Michigan will decide whether to amend the state constitution to include protections for abortion access this November following a contentious battle over including two petition-driven proposals on the ballot. What is often an ordinary administrative process resulted in…
By Associated Press
A state appeals court has reinstated a new congressional map drawn by Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis' staff that could diminish Florida's Black representation in Washington, a week after a lower court judge said the map was unconstitutional.
By William Brangham, Matt Loffman, Cybele Mayes-Osterman
In a survey conducted by the Brennan Center last month, three-quarters of local election officials said they think threats against them have increased. One in six say they have personally been threatened because of their work. In Maine, a new…
Arizona’s Republican governor signed a bill last month requiring proof of citizenship to vote in presidential elections. Voting rights advocates say it could impact some 200,000 Arizonans. It’s the latest in a move by Republican lawmakers nationwide to tighten voting…
By Jay Reeves, Associated Press
The world knows the city of Selma, Alabama, as a historic beacon in the struggle for voting rights. But the act of voting is on the decline there almost 60 years after white police battered Black people marching for voting…
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