Mistake to crack down on voter fraud with stricter voter ID, registration and early-voting laws
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Voter ID laws require some form of identification in order to vote or receive a ballot for an election but has been used in US to block voter access. Also see our section on Election Reform in America or our Voter Access archive.
The Supreme Court declined to hear a case seeking to reinstate North Carolina’s voter ID law
Commission empaneled by Trump to investigate the scale of voter fraud and electoral vulnerabilities
In an effort to help fight against voter suppression and the strict voter ID laws, cell phone company Boost Mobile has been trying to figure out ways to help combat racial and class inequality in voting.
Executive order establishes a commission to look into alleged fraud in the 2016 US election
The 458 potentially fraudulent votes aren’t enough to have changed the outcome of the voting
One Congressman seems woefully out of reach to challengers: Speaker of the House Paul Ryan
The bill would make court-ordered changes to the state’s controversial voter identification law
A federal court in Texas has again ruled the state’s 2011 voter identification law intentionally discriminated
As it stands now, more than half of all states require voters to show ID when they cast a ballot