3/8: Kentucky Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes has claimed that her unprecedented search of Kentucky Board of Education members' voter registrations was for the NAACP.
9/4: The Democratic governor and NAACP lost their court challenges against North Carolina's state constitutional amendments, including a voter ID clause.
7/27: The 11th Circuit Court began hearing arguments in the NAACP's quest to overturn the state's voter ID law.
1/17: A federal judge in Alabama has thrown out a lawsuit against the state’s voter ID law, finding that the law doesn’t prevent anyone from voting.
1/10: A federal judge has thrown out a lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of Alabama's voter ID law.
1/11: 'It is so easy to get a photo ID in Alabama, no one is prevented from voting.'
1/3: A Cole County Judge granted a motion by Republican Missouri Secretary of State Jay Ashcroft to dismiss a lawsuit about requiring Missourians to show their ID to vote.
Alamance NAACP President Barrett Brown wants to see a change in felons being charged with voter fraud.
The Phenix City branch of the NAACP called again Monday for officials to investigate allegations of voter fraud.
The ACRU applauds the Rev. Alfonza Seldon for joining our call for clean voter registration rolls.