Shayna PraceStaff Writer A new photo voter identification requirement being put into place in North Carolina law next year will make it difficult for UNC-Greensboro and N.C. A&T students and employees who, in the past, have used their identification cards… Read More ›
Is Compulsory Voting Viable for America?
Morgan StaufferStaff Writer Compulsory voting in the United States is an idea that has been relatively thrown around in politics for at least a decade or so. It is fundamentally the idea that something or someone should be compelling citizens… Read More ›
Civil Rights Groups Sue Georgia Secretary of State Over Held Up Voter Applications
Laura Ashley Powell Staff Writer Georgia’s Secretary of State Brian Kemp is being sued by multiple civil rights groups after approximately 53,000 voter applications have been put on hold in the state three weeks before election day. An overwhelming amount… Read More ›
U.S. Commission on Civil Rights Finds Voting Rights Act To Be Under Attack
Luciano Gonzalez Staff Writer According to the United States Commission on Civil Rights, the successes of the Voting Rights Act are under threat in various states, including North Carolina, after a Supreme Court case weakened several significant provisions within the… Read More ›