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Voting rights group files lawsuit over ballot proposal


LANSING, MI – A group trying to get a voting rights proposal on the November ballot is suing state election workers for not validating the initiative despite the group having the necessary number of signatures.

Georgia County Rejects Plan to Close 7 Polling Places in Majority-Black Area Image


CUTHBERT, Ga. — The consultant, a white man, came to the mainly black Randolph County in rural southern Georgia and recommended that it eliminate seven of its nine polling places. He said the move would save the county money. He said the polling places had disability compliance issues.
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ICE, Justice subpoena voter records from North Carolina


Washington (CNN)Immigration and Customs Enforcement and the Department of Justice have gotten a court order for North Carolina to turn over eight years of voter registration records from the state.
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The Fight For Voting Rights and the 2018 Congressional Black Caucus Foundation Annual Legislative Conference."t


The Fight For Voting Rights and the 2018 Congressional Black Caucus Foundation Annual Legislative Conference.”
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Voting Rights Advocates Used to Have an Ally in the Government. That’s Changing.


WASHINGTON — A new voter ID law could shut out many Native Americans from the polls in North Dakota. A strict rule on the collection of absentee ballots in Arizona is being challenged as a form of voter suppression. And officials in Georgia are scrubbing voters from registration rolls if their details do not exactly match other records, a practice that voting rights groups say unfairly targets minority voters.
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Georgia voting rights activists move to block plan to close two-thirds of county's polling places


Voting rights activists in Georgia say they will launch a petition drive in an effort to collect enough signatures of registered voters to block a proposal to close more than two-thirds of polling precincts in a predominantly black county ahead of this fall's general election.
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Calling the Black Church Army: AME Call to Conscience - Day of Action" September 5th-6th, Washington, DC


The Fight For Voting Rights and the 2018 Congressional Black Caucus Foundation Annual Legislative Conference."
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John Nichols: Not all Republicans abandon 'party of Lincoln's' faith in voting rights


Gov. Scott Walker and his cronies have worked hard to tip the balance against competitive elections in Wisconsin — with extreme gerrymandering, restrictive voter ID requirements, schemes to limit early voting, and an assault on the independence and integrity of the former Government Accountability Board.
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