Potential confusion about the state’s voter ID law, changed by a court decision just weeks before Election Day, could cause problems on Nov. 6.
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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 American democracy or our Voter Access archive.
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Center for American Progress examines ways which conservative lawmakers suppresses the votes of people of color, young people, and people with disabilities.
In a discussion with Professor Carol Anderson, PBS zooms in on concerns about voter suppression tactics in various regions of the U.S as midterms approach.
Civil rights groups are expressing outrage over a recent Supreme Court ruling that could make it harder for Native Americans in North Dakota to vote.
A law implemented by Georgia Secretary of State Brian Kemp is over-stringent, many think. Putting close to 53,000 voters registration on hold.
Highest court on Thursday upheld a Arkansas voter ID law that is nearly identical to a restriction struck down by the court four years ago.
Missouri’s top election official said the state was appealing a judge’s ruling that blocked enforcement of parts of a voter photo identification law.
North Dakota passed a law that will stop homeless Native Americans from voting due to lack of proof of residency. The whole episode is a tragedy.
A Missouri judge on Tuesday blocked key portions of the state’s voter photo identification law, meaning some voters could find it easier to cast ballots.