The latest news on voters
Preclearance provision of Voting Rights Act is still stopping discrimination today.
The Constitution requires the Supreme Court to side with Congress on the Voting Rights Act.
WASHINGTON (AP) — The most potent weapon in fighting discrimination at the ballot box comes before the Supreme Court in a case that weighs the nation's enormous progress in civil rights against the need to continue to protect minority voters.
The Voting Rights Act of 1965 remains necessary to prevent discriminatory voting practices.
"Republicans have run out of persuadable white voters," a study finds.
Democrats are busy basking in the glory of their electoral victory, but they must beware of becoming overly confident.
Reports from swing states show irregularities with the voting process both before and on Election Day.
TV shows have previously showed faulty electronic voting machines like the one that changed a person's vote in Pennsylvania Tuesday.
Groups highlight voting problems in Ohio. The Ohio Secretary of State says elections will be free and fair.
Efforts in Ohio and Florida to restrict voting are embarrassing—we should not still be fighting to expand voting rights.