Interactive Map | Voter ID Laws
Explore the interactive map below to investigate the state of current voter ID laws in each state. The map is produced by Patchwork Nation, using data from Ballotpedia.
Reporting On Voter ID And Voter Registration
The lawsuits have targeted about a dozen counties so far in Texas, Florida, North Carolina and Mississippi. And even some cities, such as Philadelphia and Alexandria, Va.
Texas is back in federal court yet again defending one of the nation’s strictest voter ID laws.
A federal appeals court has blocked Kansas, Georgia and Alabama from requiring residents to prove they are U.S. citizens when registering to vote using a national form.
The legal battle over the Texas voter ID law is a fight that just won't end.
A federal appeals court seems likely to side with voting rights groups seeking to block Kansas, Georgia and Alabama from requiring residents to prove they are U.S. citizens
In the swing state of North Carolina, a fight for early voting rights that seemed to end with a strongly worded federal court ruling last month, may be just getting started.
A federal appeals court will decide whether Kansas has the right to ask people who register to vote when they get their driver’s licenses for proof that they’re citizens.
Reporting On Voting And Polling Places
The U.S. Supreme Court on Friday declined to let Michigan’s new ban on straight-party voting take effect for the November election.
Who should be able to vote and how easy should it be? It’s a question that goes to the core of democracy.
You may not think twice about casting your ballot this November. But many non-citizens are racing to get their ability to vote in time.
The latest attempt to wrest control of legislative redistricting from state lawmakers was handed a setback Wednesday morning.
The fight over who gets to vote when is heating up in Ohio, which has become the epicenter of legal fights over voter access.
More than 9,000 former felons have registered to vote in Virginia since April, when the governor issued an executive order restoring voting rights to 200,000 ex-offenders.
Will recent court decisions regarding voter ID influence voter turnout in the 2016 elections?
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