North Carolina's voting law is one of several tied up in the courts as Election Day draws near.
After Ohio, Wisconsin, North Carolina and Texas may send voting rights cases to the Supreme Court
North Carolina's law has been fiercely criticized by voting rights advocates
Students at Appalachian State University are among a coalition of folks pushing back against the threat of disenfranchisement in North Carolina
They should know
Federal judge restored early voting days after ACLU challenge
A key group projects 7.8 million Latino voters will cast ballots in 2014, a number that is about 25% lower than the 2012 Presidential election.
Attorney General Eric Holder says laws to the contrary are not only "unnecessary and unjust, but they are also counterproductive"
Anti-government demonstrators want the current administration replaced with a non-elected "people's council"
Sees better technology, early voting as solutions