Voter Suppression

Brian Kemp tried to block 53,000 voter registration applications in Georgia.

Judge Brett Kavanaugh brings an anti-voter rights ideology to the Supreme Court.

A state-by-state guide to online, mail and in-person deadlines.

A lawsuit alleges that Georgia's secretary of state is practicing voter suppression.

Activists blended their voices to stop a rural majority Black Georgia county from closing seven out of nine polling sites.

Georgia election officials can't provided documentation to support their proposal to close polling stations.

Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law submitted a pre-suit demand letter to the Randolph County Board of Elections in Georgia, objecting to a plan that would close 75 percent of the polling places in the predominantly African-American county.

Wisconsin Lt. Gov. candidate Mendela Barnes was omitted on some election guides.

Republican lawmakers got a green light to suppress votes after a Supreme Court ruling.

The 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals will allow Texas to enact its revised voter identification law.

The Rev. Al Sharpton led a battle cry at the National Action Network convention to defend civil rights.

A federal court ruled that the Electronic Privacy Information Center does not have legal standing to sue Trump’s voter fraud commission.