This could and should serve as a model for other states.
They don’t have a date or argument for their lawsuit, but they know they want to sue.
The policy remains non-controversial for Republicans…in lily-white states.
Kansas has made it so hard to register to vote that most applicants are being put on hold.
You can defend closed primaries without defending New York’s restrictive voting laws.
The state’s reduction in the number of polling places created long lines that effectively disenfranchised voters.
It’s entirely possible that voter ID requirements make electoral outcomes less accurate.
How hard is it to translate “21” to “21”?
You aren’t supposed to say that part out loud!
A legal win for voting rights, and a political win for Democrats.
I have a theory. It involves race.
Changing election laws without informing voters of said changes reduces turnout, which may be the point.