Voting Rights

Voting Rights: Language Requirement...

The United States is a melting pot, rich in many cultures. Historically, this has prevented some citizens from voting. When they don't understand the language.... Read more

Voting Rights: Proof of Identity

Technically speaking, the right to vote is not a civil right. The U.S. Constitution does not specifically give citizens the right to go to the polls and elect.... Read more

Voter Photo ID Laws

State voter identification laws, especially photo ID laws, are a complex and contentious topic. Supporters say that the laws are needed to combat voter fraud..... Read more

Voting Rights

Voter Photo ID Laws

State voter identification laws, especially photo ID laws, are a complex and contentious topic. Supporters say that the laws are needed to combat voter fraud. Critics see these laws as an intentional ... Read more

Voting Rights: Proof of Identity

Technically speaking, the right to vote is not a civil right. The U.S. Constitution does not specifically give citizens the right to go to the polls and elect their leaders. The U.S. Constitution ment... Read more

Voting Rights: Language Requirements

The United States is a melting pot, rich in many cultures. Historically, this has prevented some citizens from voting. When they don't understand the language of the majority, they can't fully underst... Read more

The Voters Right Act Addresses Discrimination in Voting Laws

The Voting Rights Act (VRA) enforces the Fifteenth Amendment of the U.S. Constitution. President Lyndon Johnson signed it into existence in 1965. Although the original Fifteenth Amendment allowed free... Read more

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