Tag: voter rights
A growing number of communities have implemented municipal identification programs, and not just in politically progressive areas.
"Today's decision by the Maine Supreme Court confirms that the Maine people are sovereign and have the final say."
We can build long-term power in our communities and help elect our favorite candidates if we work strategically, inclusively – and independently.
If party leaders don’t understand what they need to do to win elections, maybe it’s time to choose some new party leaders.
Decisions to shutter or reduce voting locations are often made quietly and at the last minute, making pre-election intervention or litigation virtually impossible.
Virginia Governor restores the voting rights of thousands of ex-offenders so they can vote come November.
How a Confederate-era law designed to suppress black voters impacts elections today.
In celebration of Bloody Sunday, King’s eldest son, Martin Luther King III, spoke this past weekend in Selma and asked the people to embrace his father's ideals of freedom, justice and equality rather than idolize him.
Reverend Dr. William Barber, president of the North Carolina NAACP and voice of the Forward Together movement is "challenging the legislators and governor to be true to the constitution and true moral values." So where's the media coverage?