“I called out the names, and they’d tell me who they wanted to vote for. Then, very carefully, I put my finger by each name they’d chosen.”
As AAPI’s become a more powerful, Democrat-leaning voting bloc, efforts to keep them from the polls intensify.
Here’s what voter suppression looked like in Alabama in the middle of the 20th century.
Ari Berman investigates how increasingly restrictive voting laws in states like Wisconsin had an impact on the 2016 presidential election — and most likely tipped it in favor of Donald Trump.
The president’s failure to condemn Charlottesville is directly linked to voter suppression in the United States.