Two recent documentary films about elections and election laws were made in Fayetteville and show voters having trouble voting in 2016.
Voter Suppression articles on Democracy Chronicles
Voter suppression is an illegal strategy to influence the outcome of an election by discouraging or preventing people from exercising their right to vote. Also see our section on American democracy and our articles on Voter Turnout and Voter Access.
On Monday, a U.S. House subcommittee on elections held a hearing in Ft. Lauderdale on voting rights and election administration.
Voter suppression and Russian interference are some of the greatest barriers to minority voting in 2020, the National Urban League said.
The bill signed by Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee about fines over incomplete forms and missed deadlines is simply about creating “elections with integrity.”
The Texas secretary of state has agreed to end a review of the voter rolls for supposed non-citizens that was flawed from the start.
A movie version of Georgia’s 2018 election coming soon. The title makes it clear where he’s headed: “Suppressed: The True Story of Georgia’s 2018 Election.”
Voter ID law and manipulated legislative boundaries are among ways Native Americans’ votes are diluted in Dakotas, a U.S. House panel was told on Tuesday.
A number of organisations have issued a letter urging the legislature to reject a proposed bill that would have a chilling effect on voter registration.
Tribes denounce North Dakota identification law that led to poor access to discrimination by poll workers and unfair identification requirements.
Since its inception, the Roberts Court has acquiesced in—and at times even abetted—the attempts of many states to make it harder for Americans to vote.