After Doug Jones's historic upset in Alabama, Americans are thanking black women. What they should be doing, political activists say, is electing them to office.
White people almost single-handedly elected a homophobic, anti-Muslim accused child molester to the Alabama Senate.
The Republican governor signed a law in May that restored voting rights to some felons.
Twitter is thanking #Blackwomen for voting for Democratic candidate Doug Jones in the Alabama Senate elections.
Black voters, especially women, allowed Doug Jones to beat Roy Moore, but they're still losing faith in the Democrats.
Here's how much money Jones raised in his victory campaign over Moore.
Jones's victory narrows the Republican majority in the Senate.
This is a major victory for Democrats in Congress.
The alleged voter suppression has disproportionately involved people of color, according to rights groups.
Gwen Moore tweeted about the alleged incident on Tuesday.
"It's just a sin," Ted Crockett said.
Alabama has been accused of undermining the voting rights of minorities.
"We did hear some things that were unusual, but we didn't hear any things that were highly irregular," John Merrill, Alabama secretary of state, said.