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Nine Southern states have implemented voting restrictions since 2012. Most require voters to show state-issued photo ID at the polls.
Asian-Americans are educated and wealthy – factors that traditionally produce high voter turnout – but they vote least of any demographic group.
The law paves the way for voting districts to replace at-large voting. Residents say district voting helps elect people who better understand their neighborhoods.
Across the country, civic engagement groups have spent hundreds of hours trying to energize this large, yet often elusive group of potential voters.
In the first year after a white police officer shot and killed Michael Brown, Ferguson voters elected two African-Americans to the City Council.
Republicans and Democrats continue to battle over restoring voting rights to felons, making the process confusing for millions of convicted criminals.
The 2016 Republican platform urges states to require proof of citizenship and photo ID, but experts say there is no rampant fraud at the polls.
Kansas' secretary of state faces court battles over his repeated attempts to require residents to provide proof of citizenship to register to vote.
A sizable gap remains between Latinos who can vote and those who will, but the group could be the future of the American electorate.
News21 analyzed voter registration and removal lists in a dozen states and a handful of key counties. The lists included 49.3 million names of registered voters and 7.2 million names of voters who were struck from the rolls.
Many active duty military members won't know whether their vote is counted in November – and the government might not either.
They're the least likely generation to vote this November, but many millennials do care about politics – they just show it differently.
Tribal members across the country have filed suits alleging state laws and county election practices intentionally make it harder to vote on reservations.
Early voting, mobile voting trailers and excuse-free absentee ballots are a few ways Nevada makes it easy to access the polls.
Voter roll purging has become a legal battleground between politicians who say it's necessary and voting rights advocates who call it discriminatory.
At least 20 states have stripped locally elected school boards of their power in poor, mostly minority communities.
Voter fraud exists in Texas, but it's not that common. Only 15 cases have been prosecuted by the attorney general between the 2012 primary and July 2016.
Concerns about voter fraud have spurred 20 states to pass new voting requirements in the last four years.
In economically struggling communities Donald Trump's “Make America Great Again” message resonates with many white Democrats.