March 1, 2016 -
Young Latino voters are a growing voting bloc among Southerners who will have the chance this week to cast their ballots for this year's presidential nominees.
February 12, 2016 -
This interactive graphic allows readers to explore the rise of young Latino voters in Southern states.
January 14, 2016 -
A new report looks at the demographics of state legislatures across the country and finds that in the South they are disproportionately male and more religious. They are also more racially diverse — at least for now.
December 9, 2015 -
In a Texas case titled Evenwel v. Abbott, the plaintiffs are seeking to count eligible voters rather than the total population when drawing political districts — a move that could significantly shift political representation to older, whiter communities in the South and elsewhere across the country.
October 22, 2015 -
Not usually thought of as an immigrant hub, Arkansas has a small but fast-growing immigrant community and has been more welcoming than some other Southern states.
September 21, 2015 -
So far this year 67 individuals and companies have given $1 million or more to super PACs supporting presidential candidates. Southern donors, including many Texas oil billionaires, account for over 50 percent of the contributions and have given exclusively to GOP candidates.
August 7, 2015 -
The paucity of public and private investment in the rural South has caused outsized harm to African-American women and girls, but organizing efforts are underway to help them become leaders in building a more prosperous and just future for their communities.