This week, The Takeaway has gone on a voting rights tour, examining how the Supreme Court decision in Shelby County Vs. Holder has changed voting laws across the country, from Texas to Florida to North Carolina. Today, Marvin Randolph looks at the future of voting rights in America. Randolph, senior vice president for campaigns at the NAACP, explains how his organization has had to revamp its get-out-the-vote strategies in light of the Supreme Court's voting rights decision. He says that voter ID laws, limitations on early voting and other measures have posed problems for the NAACP's constituents, but that the organization will push Congress to pass a new preclearance formula and reinstate Section Four of the Voting Rights Act.