In a 5-4 decision written by Justice Samuel Alito, the Supreme Court ruled Monday that Ohio and other states are allowed to purge voters who are inactive or do not respond to requests to confirm their residency from their rolls.
Only a few states allow automatic voter registration beyond motor vehicle offices.
Could the president's "voter fraud" panel become even stronger in death than in life? Critics are worried.
The Republican governor signed a law in May that restored voting rights to some felons.
Disabled voters’ ballots were tossed because of an “unintended consequence” in the state law, county commissioners said.
A member of what the president calls his "very distinguished voter fraud panel" is going back to court in an attempt to break through what he says is its veil of secrecy.
For every legitimate instance of double registration, the crosscheck database incorrectly identified 200 voters who were registered in only one state, a study found.
The Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity caused a national outcry with its request for reams of personal data on all registered U.S. voters.
Many voters are purged from the rolls in New York, where the party enrollment deadline is more than half a year ahead of the primaries.
Kris Kobach tried to change federal voter registration laws to include proof-of-citizenship requirements as he imposed in Kansas.
The temporary restraining order prohibits the state from providing data to Trump’s Commission on Election Integrity until after an October 16 hearing.
Lower court ruling stands that scrapped two House districts where race was unlawfully used as a factor in determining voting lines.
Green card holders enjoy many of the same rights and privileges as citizens, including the ability to buy firearms and earn Social Security benefits.
Swing state's tough procedures to restore former inmates' voting rights seen as a boon to Republicans.
Federal observers deployed to jurisdictions that the attorney general selected based on evidence of possible racial discrimination have been eliminated.
Governor Terry McAuliffe's order allowing more than 200,000 ex-cons to vote is unconstitutional, the lawmakers say.