We Don’t Have to Wait for the General Election to See the Harmful Effects of Voter-ID Laws

We Don’t Have to Wait for the General Election to See the Harmful Effects of Voter-ID Laws

NewsTaco April 7, 2016

*This isn’t doom and gloom, it’s knowing what lies ahead and preparing for the journey. In the run for the November election some state legislatures are doubling-down on their voter […]

A Third Legal Challenge to Texas Voter ID Law

September 18, 2013

By Ross Ramsey, The Texas Tribune Two groups representing minority voters and officeholders sued to block the state’s new voter ID law, which will be used for the first time […]

DOJ Seeks to Stop Texas Voter ID, Redistricting Maps

August 23, 2013

By Julián Aguilar, Texas Tribune The U.S. Department of Justice announced on Thursday that it will again seek to dismantle Texas’ voter ID law, this time with a lawsuit alleging the measure […]

Voter Suppression In the U.S. – An Infographic

NewsTaco April 9, 2012

The way things now stand, 10% of Latino voters have had their right to vote suppressed in the states that have approved voter ID laws. The prospect for the future is that […]