A proposed constitutional amendment headed for the 2020 ballot in Florida is being backed by activists with ties to the president’s political operation.
Democrats and voting-rights groups are pushing to overturn or head off measures they fear could erode the electoral might of young voters.
Michigan’s Democratic secretary of state said her office will begin helping students register to vote at their campus addresses.
The debate over a new law illustrates the messiness that has accompanied some voter registration efforts.
North Carolina State Sen. Dan Bishop (R) will face veteran and business executive Dan McCready (D) in September’s special election.
The measure would require felons to pay court-ordered financial obligations before they can cast a ballot. Critics said they would label Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) the “Jim Crow” governor if he signs the bill.
The former gubernatorial candidate has vowed to use her star power to increase voter access to elections, possibly changing the playing field for Democrats in her home state and beyond.
The debate about Amendment 4 shows how the issue of voting laws has become polarized.
As Republican leaders warn a new law could lead to fraud, they are privately strategizing how to improve their operations on the ground.
The day after Labor Day, just as campaign season was entering its final frenzy, FreedomWorks, the Washington-based tea party organization, went into free fall.