Efforts to erode Native American voting rights endure, accelerated with the slew of country-wide GOP legislation to limit voter access.
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.
The GOP controls the majority of state legislatures, and it’s using that power to try to shift the country’s fortunes by suppressing votes.
The Republican justices on the United States Supreme Court have just ruled that Republican state legislators can discriminate against minority voters.
Georgia GOP is removing Democrats of color from election boards. They’re also expanding their power over election in other states.
On Wednesday, Governor Greg Abbott (R) of Texas passed into law a new bill that places new restrictions on voter residency requirements.
Texas is again the biggest battleground state. This time it’s not just about winning an election, it’s about winning the fight to save our democracy.
Washington is in a state of anguish following Trump’s norm-breaking presidency, Capitol riot, and the ongoing flood of voter suppression laws.
On Tuesday night, Gov. Kim Reynolds (R) signed new restrictions on the establishment of satellite absentee voting stations in Iowa.
SB 7, the omnibus voter suppression bill that legislative GOP have been working on for months, has reached a final version in Texas.
Unless a voter is physically unable to walk, the ban prohibits anyone from hiring transportation to transport others to polling places.