Ahead of U.S. elections, fears of voter suppression – and efforts to fight back

Early voters arrive at a polling station in Athens, Georgia, U.S., October 26, 2018 ahead of the midterm elections. REUTERS/Lawrence Bryant

DODGE CITY, Kan. (Reuters) – Clemente Torres has proudly cast his vote in person at Dodge City’s lone polling place in every election since he became a naturalized citizen 20 years ago. This year is different. After Republican officials said in September they would move the Hispanic-majority city’s only polling place to a remote spot […]

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