Civil rights attorney Nina Perales has been fighting for the voting rights of Latino Texans for a quarter century.
An upcoming documentary and book mark the suffrage centennial, focused on Texas contributions.
The lack of access for eligible voters in pretrial detention is part of a larger constellation of disenfranchisement for people whose lives intersect with the criminal legal system.
The right has an audacious plan to, once again, use the redistricting process to maintain power. At ALEC’s annual conference in Austin, Republican state legislators learned how to navigate the legal and political challenges that will likely arise.
Civil Rights Groups Call ‘Election Integrity’ Bill a ‘Dangerous New Assault on Voting Rights in Texas’
A coalition of civil rights groups warns that SB 9 would “sharply escalate an ongoing campaign of voter suppression.”
Democrat Diane Trautman is now is in charge of administering the voting rolls for 4.7 million Texans.
Abysmal compliance with a decades-old state law is leaving at least 180,000 high school seniors off the current voter rolls, according to a new report.
Introducing Michael Barajas, the Observer’s new civil rights reporter
A GOP-backed bill, which Democrats said would be challenged in court as voter suppression, will be considered by a Senate committee Thursday.
A Presidio man with a criminal history finds out too late that he's eligible to vote.