Five news stories from yesterday that you may not have seen.
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.
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.
Senator Joe Manchin is in the news a lot now, because he represents the key 50th vote in the Senate. Let’s look at Manchin’s background to see what clues there are for how he might operate under President Biden.
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.
Three big news stories all converged on the Senate at the end of this week. Read up on all the details here.
Yesterday, the Supreme Court heard oral arguments on a voting rights case out of Arizona. Here’s what happened.
There are two hugely consequential bills working through Congress this week. Which means, it’s time to light up the phones.
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.
Honoring Martin Luther King Jr. with a quote seems terribly insufficient. Here are my thoughts on how we can honor him properly, especially considering where this country is right now.
We hear a lot about voter suppression, which is rampant in this country, but is there any state that has a good voting rights record? Yes.
There’s been a flurry of legal decisions affecting voting, so many that it’s hard to keep track. Here are a few of the latest decisions.
Get caught up on some of the big voting rights news stories–both good and bad–from around the country.
A roundup of recent voting rights news from around the country.
One hundred years ago today, thanks to tireless efforts of activists, the 19th Amendment was added to the U.S. Constitution, affirming the right of women to vote. “The right of citizens of the United States to vote shall not be… Read More ›
How can we pay tribute to John Lewis? By practicing activism.