Voter Suppression

According to media reports, the number of Black voters heading to the ballot box for early voting in the battleground state of Florida has declined.

New national Black poll quantifies the political pulse of the African-American electorate ahead of the 2016 presidential election.

Wisconsin State Senator Lena Taylor discusses Black voters mobilizing against voter suppression and voter ID legislation.

The National Bar Association and the Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights are working to protect voters from voter suppression efforts.

The North Carolina chapter of the NAACP has sued the state and three county elections boards Monday over an alleged voter purge that disproportionately affects African Americans.

Voter suppression in America is forcing Black communities to push back and endure long lines to cast ballots.

Rev. William Barber spoke with Roland Martin about the massive effort to drive African-Americans to the polls to take part in early voting and cast their ballots on Election Day.

North Carolina Democratic Senate candidate Deborah Ross spoke with Roland Martin during a special Tom Joyner Morning Show / NewsOne Now simulcast about her campaign to win a Senate seat.

Indiana officials claim an organization conducting a Black voter registration drive engaged in voter fraud.

Rep. Cummings explained during his address there are "blatant attempts" being made to deny African-Americans access to the ballot box.