New voting rules make getting Latinos to the polls harder than ever

By Lindsey Ruta and Annelise Russell

Latinos could be a potent voting force in the Southwest, but traditionally low voter turnout could get even lower with new ID laws.

Secretaries of state lead charge for strict voter requirements

By Joe Henke and Emily Nohr

Activist state election officers are changing the role of a traditionally non-partisan job.

Florida once again at center of debate over voting rules

By Ethan Magoc

The state that ignited a battle in 2000 is ground zero for another partisan debate over who should be allowed to vote.

Disabled and elderly voters face new hurdles at polls

By Emily Nohr and Alissa Skelton

Without drivers licenses and facing inaccessible polling places, some elderly and disabled people give up trying to vote.

Voting rights battles re-emerge in the South

Photo ID laws and other new voting restrictions in a number of Southern states raise questions about impact on minorities.

Arizona and feds clash over voter registration

By Jack Fitzpatrick and Khara Persad

Court ruling has state voters in a tricky situation with different registration requirements — based on which form they fill out.

Student ID cards far from sure ticket to the voting booth

By Jack Fitzpatrick

New voter ID requirements in many states may blunt the clout of young voters who rely on student ID cards for identification.

Voting turns into frustrating ordeal for college student

By Kassondra Cloos

A North Carolina student is fired up and ready to vote, only to encounter obstacle after obstacle.

State laws vary widely on voting rights for felons

By Maryann Batlle and Carl Straumsheim

A convicted felon in Maine can vote from prison, while a felon in Florida may never vote again.

Slideshow: Felons face uphill fight to regain voting rights

By Lizzie Chen and Michael Ciaglo

There's no national standard for restoring a felon's voting rights.

Election-fraud not as common as recent voter ID laws suggest

By Natasha Khan and Corbin Carson

The first in a multi-part voting rights investigation by college journalism students from across the country.