Voting can secure incremental change, but liberation requires taking on racial capitalism and white supremacy.
Georgia was the first state to hand management of its elections over to a partisan, private company.
Kobach’s Crosscheck name-matching algorithm “produced false positives more than 99 percent of the time.”
Republicans are erecting new voting barriers as young people begin to flex their electoral muscle.
The only thing Republicans are more invested in than Trump is figuring out how to get less people to vote.
A wave of polling place closures has swept 13 states since the Supreme Court gutted the Voting Rights Act.
Without changing existing power relationships, restoring voting rights for people in prison is meaningless.
The United States continues to deprive many people of this basic civic tool.
Fines related to jail sentences make the right to vote unaffordable for millions of formerly incarcerated people.