The Supreme Court's recent decision on the state's so-called “Supplemental Process” law could lead others to take steps to disenfranchise minorities, the poor and people with disabilities, who tend to vote Democratic.
A new report reveals what's really behind the Trump administration's push to revamp the 2020 survey.
The 5-4 decision upholding Ohio's voter registration practice has major implications for voting rights nationwide.
As is often the case when it comes to Trump administration policies, Americans of color stand to lose.
With the midterm elections approaching, the Department of Homeland Security says it has completed on-site risk assessments of election systems in just nine of 17 states.
What the National Rifle Association donates to candidates is small in comparison with the sums it spends on potent get-out-the-vote operations and ad campaigns.
If the justices go with Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted, it would mean Republicans like him throughout the U.S. will be able to scrub millions of citizens from the voter rolls.
Data compiled by The New York Times suggests 2016 saw the largest annual increase in drug overdose deaths ever recorded in the U.S.