May 10, 2019 -
Earlier this year Texas officials threatened to remove from the state's voter rolls tens of thousands of people they alleged were not citizens. Warning that the state was using bad data, voting rights advocates sued and won — and now Texas must pay hundreds of thousands of dollars in attorneys' fees. It's not the only state to jeopardize citizens' voting rights over bogus claims of non-citizens voting.
May 15, 2015 -
Diana Roberts of Charlotte, North Carolina battled the odds to become a U.S. citizen and looked forward to voting in last year's elections. But her dream was crushed after the state wrongly flagged her as a non-citizen.