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Republican Lawmakers Introduce Hundreds Of Bills To Restrict Voting Rights Nationwide

By Sarah Ruiz-Grossman Black Voices Republican lawmakers are currently pushing more than 300 bills in state legislatures seeking to restrict access to the vote across the...

How two Birmingham attorneys helped win the GA Senate races 

By Carter Dewees For The Birmingham Times When Birmingham attorney Byron Perkins paid a visit to historic Sixth Avenue Baptist Church 30 years ago, he did...

Highly Anticipated Senate Runoff In Georgia Shatters Early Voting Records

By Ja'han Jones Black Voices With three weeks left before polls close in two U.S. Senate runoff elections in Georgia that will determine the balance of...

What to Know as You Head to the Polls Today

What time are the polls open? From 7 a.m. until 7 p.m. Suppose I have trouble getting to the polls? VIA, known as Birmingham On-Demand, will provide...

Vote or Die: Birmingham-Area Residents on What Nov. 3 Means

By Erica Wright The Birmingham Times Maya Robinson was determined to vote—even if it meant standing outside the downtown Birmingham courthouse for several hours on a...

Black Voters Are Energized. Political Experts Explain Why

By Sydney Melson The Birmingham Times Angela Lewis-Maddox, a professor at the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) who has taught political science classes for two...

Frequently Asked Questions-And Answers For Election Day

What time are the polls open? From 7 a.m. until 7 p.m. I turned in a voter registration application. Am I registered to vote? Just because you...

UAB Profs on Absentee Voting, Swing States and the Electoral College

By Yvonne Taunton UAB News The United States presidential election is next week, and more than 58 million Americans have voted so far. With this election’s being one of...

A Record-Breaking 58 Million Ballots Have Already Been Cast in The...

By Dana Givens Black Enterprise This election year has already proven that it will be historic for multiple reasons, inspiring millions across the country to go to the...

Election Day now a city holiday in Birmingham (AL)

By Erica Wright The Birmingham Times The Birmingham City Council unanimously approved making the first Tuesday of November during a presidential election year, Election Day, a...

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