Strict Voter ID Laws Threaten the Franchise of Trans Americans
After North Carolina passed strict voter ID laws, trans activists in the state successfully advocated to reduce the DMV requirements for changing gender on an ID.
Many Blue States Have Poor Voter Rights Records Too
States in the Deep South limit access to the polls. So does New York.
Could Washington State Be a Model for Native Voting Rights Reform?
Bills securing native voting rights are destined to fail in the Republican-controlled Senate, but might find success at the state level.
Republicans in North Carolina Are Accused of Election Fraud—but Not the Kind Voter ID Laws Can Stop
The alleged fraud took place behind the scenes: the work of election officers, not individual voters.
Native American Rights Groups Are Targeting Six States to Fight Voter Suppression in 2020
Four Directions is targeting states with voter ID laws, like Wisconsin and North Dakota, as well as those with low Native American turnout, like Nevada.
Arkansans Weigh in on the Future of the State's Voter ID Law
Issue 2 would amend the Arkansas constitution to require a photo ID at the polls and disqualify provisional ballots that aren't certified with proper ID.
Supreme Court Declines to Hear Challenge to Reinstate North Carolina Voter ID Law
The Supreme Court on Monday refused to hear North Carolina's appeal to reinstate voting restrictions.
State to Voters: Can I See Some ID?
Indiana law requiring government-issued identification at the polling booth suggests Americans should be as concerned with someone stealing their vote as with their personal information. But is the cost of such protection disenfranchisement for some?