North Carolina Republicans are set to continue reaping the benefits of their racial gerrymander through the end of next year, thanks to a new court ruling and their own delaying tactics.
Alabama re-enfranchised some ex-felons earlier this year—but it doesn’t want to make it too easy for them to vote.
North Carolina Republicans appear to be dragging their feet on drawing new districts to replace the ones found by a court a year ago to have discriminated against blacks.
At its first in-person meeting last week, members of the White House voting commission seemed to scoff at a key reform for expanding access to the ballot: automatic voter registration (AVR).
A federal judge has affirmed a $1,000 fine levied on Kris Kobach, charging that the Kansas secretary of state has taken actions that “have called his credibility into question.”
After a first request sparked widespread outrage and legal opposition, the White House voting commission is for a second time asking states to hand over data from their voter rolls.
Three Georgia counties are being threatened with legal action over their procedures for removing voters from the rolls.