N.C. Republicans lose U.S. Supreme Court case on legislatures’ power over federal elections
The case drew national attention because of its potential to disrupt laws for federal elections across the country.
Red and blue state divide grows even wider in 2023’s top voting and election laws
Red states and blue states 'are moving in opposite directions in the regulation of election administration,' one expert said.
Criminalizing the vote: GOP-led states enacted 102 new election penalties after 2020
Since the 2020 election, 26 states have enacted, expanded, or increased the severity of 120 election-related criminal penalties.
At MLK alma mater, Biden pitches Senate rule change to safeguard voting rights
The visit by Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris to Atlanta was the latest sign of Georgia’ central role as a battleground state for voting rights that ratcheted up following the 2020 elections after Democratic wins for president and Senate that helped flip control of Congress and the White House.