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The only way for abortion opponents to win is to keep Republicans in office—and they know it.
North Dakota is one step closer to ensuring that these Native American voters will never be able to vote.
When he was Kansas secretary of state, Kobach made disenfranchising voters central to his work. There’s little reason to believe his time at the DOJ would be any different.
Untrained Georgia Election Officials Are Stripping People of Their Right to Vote Based on Their Signatures (Updated)
Watch out, John Hancock.
North Dakota’s voter identification law makes it harder for Native voters—and students, and other reliably Democratic voters—to participate in elections.
A Georgia County Is Trying to Keep Black Voters From the Polls—and Advocates Say It’s a Sign of What’s to Come (Updated)
LaTosha Brown, co-founder of Black Voters Matter, says we can't get caught up in individual stories—we have to look at the bigger picture.
Although the conservative justices may be content to permit states to gerrymander voters of color out of existence, Sonia Sotomayor doesn’t intend to go softly into that good night.
Kansas' law requiring people to show documentary proof of citizenship when they register to vote is a mess. And when Secretary of State Kris Kobach tried to defend it in court himself, things didn't go well.
Justice Sotomayor's dissent puts into perspective just how much is at stake with the U.S. Supreme Court's refusal to safeguard voting rights.
Ultimately, a Kobach loss could halt the domino effect of other states passing similar laws designed to undercut the right to vote.
A federal judge blocked an Indiana law that would force abortion providers to lie to patients about the bogus "abortion reversal" myth.