The news comes after voting rights activists again accused election officials of voter suppression, voicing concerns that lack of accessibility limits access for Black and Latino voters.

Older Black voters aren't just making a serious difference at the ballot box, but they're also doing so to historic proportions in key battleground states that are crucial to the election's outcome.

One of the main things missing from the overall electoral equation four years ago has seemingly fueled the 2020 early voting turnout: Black people.

With one of the most consequential elections in modern history rapidly approaching, efforts to get out the vote are seemingly at an all-time high.

Inmates in Cook County Jail participated in the first jail-wide, in-person voting session on Saturday.

Chicago's hometown hero, Chance The Rapper, led thousands to an early voting site on Monday evening after his "Parade To The Polls" concert.

Roland Martin visited the battleground state of Ohio this past weekend and spoke with a number of Ohioans prior to Election Day.

According to media reports, the number of Black voters heading to the ballot box for early voting in the battleground state of Florida has declined.

Voter suppression in America is forcing Black communities to push back and endure long lines to cast ballots.

Rev. William Barber spoke with Roland Martin about the massive effort to drive African-Americans to the polls to take part in early voting and cast their ballots on Election Day.

U.S. Supreme Court refused to intervene in a request by Ohio Democrats to restore an extra week of early voting.

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The United States Supreme Court upheld Texas’ voter ID law. As a result of the ruling, 600,000 registered voters, mostly Black and Hispanic, may be disenfranchised because they lack the proper form(s) of identification. “NewsOne Now” guest host Jeff Johnson and the Straight Talk panel (George Curry, Francesca Chambers and  Joseph Williams) take a look at […]