Our voices matter. As we approach the 2020 election, we must share our stories to spark change.
In Montana, the number of registration cards accepted by county officials from Native community organizations was arbitrarily limited to 70 after community organizers were hassled and given ‘dirty looks’ for...More
Lanisha Bratcher was finishing breakfast at home one morning at the end of July when there was a knock on her door. She had been discharged from the hospital the...More
Regaining his voting rights meant a great deal to Marlo Hargrove as both a citizen and a father. Felony disenfranchisement had prevented him from voting on issues that had an...More
The intimidation doesn't stop on Election Day. On November 13th, a week after the election, in the rotunda of the Georgia Capitol Building, 15 peaceful protestors were arrested simply for...More
So frequent changes to election administration procedure has a disproportionate effect on new Americans. Therefore, it is important for the government to consider the impact that these challenges have on...More
Linda Marshall is a retired professor who formerly taught government and recently moved to Georgia from Virginia. She registered to vote months before the deadline, but her name did not...More