This will be a short post because I just got my second vaccine shot and I am wiped out. But, this story is just too important not to bring to your attention. Here at Political Charge, we care about voting… Read More ›
The companies that came out in support of voting rights … and those that didn’t
Georgia isn’t the only state that has passed a restrictive voting law this year. Plus, learn which states are coming up on Georgia’s heels.
Some good news and bad news in the fight for voting rights.
Editorial cartoonists cover the big news stories from the past week.
Last night, the Georgia governor signed an elections bill into law that amounts to nothing less than voter suppression. Here’s what we can do about it.
A roundup of editorial cartoons covering this past week’s top news stories.
There is an outright assault on voting rights across the country right now. But, there is also some good news regarding voting, so let’s look at that.
Protecting voting rights needs to happen at both the federal and the state level. Here’s what’s happening in the states and how we can protect access to the ballot.
A 2013 Supreme Court decision opened the door for voter suppression, and Republicans took full advantage. To counteract them, we must pass a new Voting Rights Act.
Most of the national news focuses on politics in DC, but it’s really important to pay attention to what’s happening in your state legislature. Bad behavior by the GOP is growing there.
You may run into trouble at the polls, or you may get an urgent text from a friend who is having trouble. You’ll want to save this number so you know what to do if your vote is in danger of not being counted.
There are so many major news stories fighting for our attention and activism right now. It’s easy to feel scattershot. The answer is to focus.
More help for the 2020 election just arrived. Whether or not you follow professional basketball, you’ve likely heard of LeBron James. He’s easily the best player right now (he’s been the league MVP four times), and he’s always in contention… Read More ›
Georgia’s primary election earlier this month was nothing short of an “unmitigated disaster,” as Stacey Abrams put it. Particularly in Atlanta, with a population that is 51% African-American, there were unacceptably long lines, voting machine errors, and a multitude of… Read More ›
Last week, Martin Luther King Jr.’s daughter Bernice King said that she’d be honoring her father on this holiday by fighting voter suppression. Count me in. Please don’t quote #MLK on #MLKDay, then suppress the vote and support systemic oppression… Read More ›