Florida Votes to Restore Voting Rights to More Than One Million Residents With Felony Convictions 

As voters anxiously watch Florida’s races teeter on the edge of blue and red, one ballot measure has already won in the state: a constitutional amendment to restore voting rights to over one million residents with felony convictions. The amendment will lead to the biggest restoration of voting rights in America in…

Trump Administration Ramps Up Voter Suppression Efforts Ahead of the Midterms

Whether it’s a sign that he’s worried about the results of this week’s midterm elections or simply further affirmation that he neither understands nor trusts the electoral process, President Donald Trump on Monday issued an overt attempt to intimidate voters with an ominous tweet warning of “Maximum Criminal Penalties…

Georgia's GOP Candidate for Governor Caught on Tape Complaining That So Many People Are Voting

Georgia Republican Secretary of State Brian Kemp is running for governor against Stacey Abrams, who could very well become the first black woman to become the governor of a U.S. state. He’s running amidst charges that he’s trying his best to stop black voters from casting ballots, and some new audio obtained by …

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