Pa.’s U.S. House delegation splits along party lines on sweeping voting rights package
Even though Democrats control Congress and the White House, their slim majority in a 50-50 Senate is not enough to enact into law a massive package that tackles dark money in campaigns, voter suppression and election security that requires 60 votes rather than a simple majority.
How the U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling on Voting Rights Act opened floodgates for new restrictions
Some observers believe the Shelby County ruling has also caused kind of a ripple effect in places that weren’t subject to pre-clearance.
The landmark Voting Rights Act turns 55: For Black voters, a time to reflect
With a pivotal presidential election approaching, activists and scholars say African-Americans should continue the work of protecting Black voters’ rights.