“50 years after the Voting Rights Act, election law expert assesses its impact and recent changes”

KC Star: Black men had been granted the right to vote in 1870 in the 15th Amendment, which said people should be allowed to vote regardless of their race or previous condition of slavery. But soon after Reconstruction, which ended … Continue reading →

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