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Voting Rights

Vox's coverage of gerrymandering, problems at the polls, and the state of voting rights in America.

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A new Supreme Court case threatens to make gerrymandering even worse

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The Supreme Court signals that a terrifying attack on voting rights will vanish — for now

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Amy Coney Barrett appears likely to block the GOP’s latest attack on democracy

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Democrats’ quietly effective strategy for defeating election deniers

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The Supreme Court is likely to weaken, but not destroy, the ban on racial gerrymandering

Alabama’s high-stakes Supreme Court fight over racial gerrymandering, explained

The Supreme Court’s new term could be even more consequential than its last one

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Everything you need to know about voting right now

The post-legal Supreme Court

10 ways to fix a broken Supreme Court

A new Supreme Court case is the biggest threat to US democracy since January 6

The Supreme Court just handed down very bad news for Black voters

Democracy in America is a rigged game

How Democrats plan to win big in Georgia again

The Supreme Court is about to rule on another scary voting rights case

The case against SCOTUS

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Florida’s new election police unit is the scariest voter suppression effort yet

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Why it’s illegal for some voters with disabilities to cast a ballot

Clarence Thomas’s long fight against fair and democratic elections

Black voters suffer another significant loss in the Supreme Court

A grand Supreme Court showdown over gerrymandering ends in a whimper

The fate of American elections is in Amy Coney Barrett’s hands

The Supreme Court is not being honest with you

A Trump judge’s new decision would undo more than 50 years of voting rights law

The Supreme Court’s newest attack on voting rights, explained

A new Supreme Court case could make it nearly impossible to stop racial gerrymanders

Retiring Justice Stephen Breyer’s nearly 28 years on the Supreme Court, explained

Democrats have had enough of Sen. Kyrsten Sinema’s obstruction

The hideous legal obstacles facing DOJ’s new anti-gerrymandering lawsuit in Texas

The Freedom to Vote Act is almost certainly doomed

The nihilism of Neil Gorsuch

9 high-stakes issues SCOTUS will take up this term

Texas’s voting bill inspired Democrats to flee. Here’s what made it into law.

Democrats have finally identified the greatest threat to voting rights — the Supreme Court

The Texas GOP’s war on governing

Raphael Warnock’s plan to neutralize a GOP takeover of Georgia elections, explained

Georgia Republicans didn’t waste any time in using their new voter suppression law

How America lost its commitment to the right to vote

The next voting rights battleground is Michigan

The GOP voting bill that literally caused Texas Democrats to flee the state, explained

3 winners and 3 losers from the just-completed Supreme Court term

The Supreme Court leaves the Voting Rights Act alive — but only barely

The DOJ’s lawsuit against Georgia’s voter suppression law is probably doomed

Democrats’ voting rights bill is a big test for Biden’s global democracy agenda

Joe Manchin’s sweeping new voting rights proposal, explained