North Carolina’s long-litigated photo voter identification law was appraised at the state Supreme Court on Monday.
North Carolina's newest voter photo identification law seems flawed by "discriminatory intent" and should have been blocked months ago, a state appeals court ruled on
The North Carolina State Board of Elections (NCSBE) is trying to get the word out that voter photo ID will not be required in the upcoming March primary.
State election officials will be in Guilford County Monday night to educate voters on upcoming changes as new voter ID requirements in North Carolina will go into effect in 2020.
The state's highest court has rejected a request to block two proposed amendments to the state's constitution from the November ballots.
A panel of federal judges heard arguments Tuesday over North Carolina's controversial voting law at the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals in Richmond, Virginia.