Many Blue States Have Poor Voter Rights Records Too
States in the Deep South limit access to the polls. So does New York.
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.
Some Mid-Term Races Are Still Up in the Air (in Photos)
Nearly two weeks after Election Day, we still don't know who will join the historic 116th Congress in every district.
'It's a Mess': How Barriers to the Ballot Box Marred the Mid-Terms
Across the country, Americans had their enthusiasm to vote tested by problems at polling places including long lines and a shortage of ballots.
Voter Signature Verifications Create Strife Between Election Boards and Absentee Voters
Many states require election officials to compare a voter's signature with existing records before issuing and counting absentee ballots, but advocates are filing lawsuits to end the practice.
Tensions Run High as Early Voting Continues in Texas
There are increasing reports of voter harassment in Dallas County as the hotly contested Senate race between Ted Cruz and Beto O'Rourke hurtles toward its culmination.
Moving Left Won't Guarantee Victory for Democrats—but Expanding the Franchise Will Help
Why fighting voter suppression and expanding the rolls matter more than achieving progressive purity.