Voter Suppression: Voter ID Laws Are Not the Solution

By Patrick Roche On October 14, 2018, the Associated Press outlined the plight of 53,000 citizens of Georgia, seventy percent of whom are African-American, who may fall prey to voter suppression for failing to properly register for the upcoming gubernatorial election.[1] Georgia law requires a voter’s driver license information to exactly match the information provided in […]

Voting While on Probation, a Five-Year Mistake

By: Andy Ball   In 2017, Texas indicted Crystal Mason, a 43-year-old mother of two, on an illegal voting charge in Tarrant County for voting in the 2016 presidential election despite her protestations that she was unaware she was unable to do so and never would have voted had she known.[1] Last Thursday, March 29th, […]