Civil rights leaders ripped a federal appeals court decision that undermines legal precedent set by the Voting Rights Act of 1965 and will disproportionately affect Black and brown voters.
In honor of the anniversary of the 19th Amendment being ratified, we spotlight notable Black women who have fought for to secure our right to cast ballots and participate in elections.
The associate justice's issued a nearly 50-page opinion railing against the Supreme Court's surprise ruling to reject racial gerrymandering in favor of redrawing majority Republican voting district lines in Alabama.
Passed in 2021, SB 202 made impacted election administrators' ability to carry out the Georgia Senate runoff election effectively, thanks to the state's Republican-controlled legislature.
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