Reveal host Al Letson talks to a first-time voter, whose struggles reflect the divisions this country faces after a historic election.
The Public Interest Legal Foundation, a conservative nonprofit, has a long history of claiming voter fraud but getting its facts wrong.
Voting rights advocates say the laws are part of a decade-long effort that is likely to continue.
Voters went to the polls in a divisive presidential election roiled by anxieties over race, class and the fundamental integrity of the American electoral system itself.
The militia-style group’s leaders believe Democrat Hillary Clinton’s campaign is more likely to cause violence than Republican Donald Trump’s.
Last weekend saw long lines – not for poached eggs and bottomless mimosas, but for early voting.
Across the country, thousands of people with appointed guardians routinely lose the right to vote under state laws. Some say the laws prevent voter manipulation and fraud. But advocates say they are built on flawed assumptions about the abilities of disabled people.