voter ID

The Supreme Court declined to hear the appeal of a lower court ruling that found Texas voter ID requirements discriminated against minorities.

On the heels of Donald Trump being sworn into office, the DOJ requested that a voter ID law case in Texas be postponed.

The GOP continues to double down on their attempts to suppress the Black vote.

Roland Martin spoke with Hillary Clinton about the importance of the 2016 election and why she feels the stakes are so high.

Wisconsin State Senator Lena Taylor discusses Black voters mobilizing against voter suppression and voter ID legislation.

Republican-led voter ID restrictions, which negatively impacted people of color, suffered a major blow last week in three states. On Friday in North Carolina, a federal judge rolled back obstructive voting measures. They included requiring a photo ID card to vote, reducing the number of early voting days, and prohibiting same-day voter registration. The 83-page decision […]

During Tuesday's edition of NewsOne Now, Wisconsin's state coordinator for VoteRiders, Anita Johnson, spoke to Roland Martin about the state's restrictive voter ID law and the impact it may have in keeping voters from casting their ballots.

On Tuesday a federal appeals court temporarily reinstated Texas’ voter ID law. As a result, more than 600,000 registered voters, mostly Black and Hispanic, may…

“The right to vote is threatened today in a way that it has not been since the Voting Rights Act was passed in to law…