voter suppression

Rise Up

Voters Will Decide Whether 1.5 Million Ex-Offenders Gain Back Their Right to Vote

Florida Gov. Rick Scott and Attorney General Pam Bondi have appealed a judge’s order to fix the voter restoration system for former felons that a judge ruled unconstitutional.
Kimberley Richards
4.25.18
Rise Up

Your State Could Remove Your Right to Vote Because You're Bad at Checking the Mail

The Supreme Court and states across the country are about to decide whether to strip registered voters of their right to participate on election day​.
Katelyn Harrop
1.24.18
Vote Now

The Most Important Ballot Measures People Will Vote on for the 2018 Midterms

From transgender bathroom bills to voter ID laws, there are more than candidates on the ballot this year.
Jonathan Parks-Ramage
1.24.18
The Rundown

Your Right to Vote Could Be Taken Away Depending on This SCOTUS Ruling

Protesters gathered at the Supreme Court to demand an end to voter roll purges, which have major implications for millions of potential voters nationwide.
Aaron Barksdale
1.10.18
The Rundown

Trump's Tweet is Dead Wrong About Voter ID Laws and Discrimination

The president's latest social media blunder was shut down for disregarding the history of voter suppression at the polls.
Aaron Barksdale
1.8.18
Vote Now

How Voter Roll Purges Strip Eligible Voters Of Their Rights Across The Country

Thousands of eligible voters in places like Indiana, Ohio and more are mistakenly denied the right to vote due to these practices
Kimberley Richards
12.14.17
Vote Now

This Obama-Era Policy Makes Voting Easier for Military and Expats Overseas

As part of our Vote Now series, VICE Impact will feature stories that highlight historic moments of voter expansion in the US.
Impact Staff
12.7.17
Vote Now

The National Voter Registration Act Made It Easier for Countless Americans to Vote

As part of our Vote Now series, VICE Impact will feature stories that highlight historic moments of voter expansion in the US.
Impact Staff
12.5.17
Vote Now

The Voting Rights Act Was a Big Win but Voter Suppression Still Exists

As part of our Vote Now series, VICE Impact will feature stories that highlight historic moments of voter expansion in the US.
Impact Staff
12.4.17
Vote Now

From 21 to 18, the Right to Vote for Young People Didn't Happen Overnight

As part of our Vote Now series, VICE Impact will feature stories that highlight historic moments of voter expansion in the US.
Impact Staff
12.1.17
Vote Now

The 15th Amendment Set an Important Precedent for Voting Rights for People of Color

As part of our Vote Now series, VICE Impact will feature stories that highlight historic moments of voter expansion in the US.
Impact Staff
11.30.17
Vote Now

Why Nearly 2 Million People Are Banned From Voting in Florida

Millions of people — mostly African Americans — cannot vote in Florida and across the country. This has huge implications for who gets elected to public office.
Kimberley Richards
11.28.17
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