Black voters cast the most ballots as early voting began amid record turnout in the Peach State.


Black women are still facing unrelenting attacks on their fundamental rights and freedoms in America.

A well-respected expert in election administration and voting rights, Ms. Helen Butler, testified at Monday's Senate hearing about her removal from the Morgan County Board of Elections and the repercussions of Republican attempts to assert partisan control over election administration.

Faith leaders and elected officials gathered Tuesday to pray and demand action on federal voting rights legislation.

Not burdened by respectability politics and rules of decorum, lawmakers like Park Cannon, Angie Nixon, Travaris McCurdy, and Michele K. Rayner-Goolsby center equity injustice and are fighting to protect democracy.

After facing threats of a boycott, Delta Air Lines' CEO Ed Bastain reversed his praise of Georgia's controversial new law restricting voting access expected to disproportionately affect Black and brown communities.

South Carolina Sen. Lindsey Graham dog-whistled about Georgia's new law restricting voting, Biden's response to that law, his proud ownership of an AR-15 and more during a Fox News appearance.

Cliff Albright, the co-founder of Black Voters Matter Fund, said the most troubling parts of SB 202 are the provisions diluting Georgia's secretary of state’s power and allowing local county boards to take over an election.

Georgia police forcibly arrested Democratic State Rep. Park Cannon for peacefully and nonviolently protesting the governor signing a new law increasing voting restrictions expected to disproportionately affect Black people.