Another American Indian tribe in North Dakota is challenging the state’s voter identification requirements, which to them suppresses their vote.
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ACLU of New Hampshire filed a federal lawsuit today challenging a New Hampshire law that unconstitutionally restricts the right to vote for students.
President Trump returned to favorite, often-debunked assertion on Sunday when he claimed there was “rampant” voter fraud in Texas and “all over country.”
North Dakota is asking a federal judge to dismiss a lawsuit filed by a Native American tribe over the state’s voter identification requirements.
Spread the Vote, an NO aimed at getting more people to cast ballots on election day, has expanded to Indiana, one of 35 states with voter ID laws.
A similar law was passed in 2013, but was dismissed by federal judges quoted saying the policy “targeted African-Americans with almost surgical precision.”
North Carolina Democratic Governor Roy Cooper on Friday vetoed a Republican-authored bill requiring voters to present photo identification.
North Carolina GOP tries voter ID again despite strong opposition by democrats in North Carolina, majority of voters were in favor of requiring photo ID.
It is especially outrageous for Native Americans to still have to fight to prove residency despite being the only Americans whose ancestors were born and raised on this land for millenium.
Early voting ahead of midterms reveals vote related problems like, rejected voter registrations, malfunctioning voting machines and voter confusion.