Tagged With Voting Rights

A group of Michigan voters are suing the Trump campaign for disenfranchising Black voters, lawsuit alleges


Many convicted felons in Florida are voting in a presidential election for the first time in decades. We went with one to the polls as he voted for the first time in 25 years.


Michael Vick voted for the first time after having his voting rights restored



Some voters with disabilities say they feel like 'second class citizens' in their struggle to cast a ballot like the able bodied


A federal judge threw out a Republican effort to invalidate 127,000 ballots cast at drive-thru voting locations in Texas


A 'dark money'-funded ballot measure in Florida could make it harder to pass future amendments



A federal judge blocks Texas from limiting voters to one ballot drop-off site per county and forcing them to travel long distances to cast ballots


Vote-by-mail applications in 43 states are not accessible to people with disabilities, possibly disenfranchising millions of voters


San Francisco could become the first major US city to grant voting rights to teens aged 16 and 17


Transgender voters across the US may face additional hurdles when voting this November


Tennessee protesters could lose their right to vote if they illegally camp on state property, under a new bill signed into law this week


The 19th Amendment passed 100 years ago today. The evolution of American voting rights in 244 years shows how far we've come — and how far we still have to go



'It was an angry speech': Trump slams Obama's eulogy of civil rights icon John Lewis, calling it 'terrible' and 'ridiculous'


LeBron James group is spending $100,000 to pay off court debts so that ex-felons in Florida can vote


September 18 is National Black Voter Day — here's how Black Americans still face disproportionate barriers to voting


'People are finally starting to listen to us': LeBron James and other athletes to form group aimed at protecting Black voting rights



More Americans than ever are expected to vote by mail this year, which means we probably won't know who won the 2020 presidential race until days after election night


Michelle Obama calls for expanded voting rights as the coronavirus forces people to stay home, says vote-by-mail is 'long overdue'


The 19th Amendment passed 100 years ago today. These photos of suffragettes will make you want to get out and vote.


Stacey Abrams says she's open to being any 2020 Democratic nominee's vice presidential running mate