Voter ID Laws Make The Poll Tax Look Good

Voter ID Laws Make The Poll Tax Look Good

The intent of these laws couldn't be clearer: Republicans want to stop minorities from voting. ...

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Supreme Court To Decide If Texas Voter ID Law Can Take Effect

Supreme Court To Decide If Texas Voter ID Law Can Take Effect

Texas' restrictive voter suppression law has a date with the Supreme Court. ...

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GOP-Backed Limits On Voting Lead To Spirited Backlash From Democrats

GOP-Backed Limits On Voting Lead To Spirited Backlash From Democrats

Could the Republican crackdown on voting rights backfire on the GOP in November? ...

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Wisconsin, Texas Voter ID Laws Blocked By Courts

Wisconsin, Texas Voter ID Laws Blocked By Courts

Learn more about this huge win for voting rights advocates. ...

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U.S. Supreme Court Is Asked To Block Wisconsin’s Voter ID Law

U.S. Supreme Court Is Asked To Block Wisconsin’s Voter ID Law

Learn more about the case that could determine a huge midterm race. ...

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U.S. Appeals Court Blocks Two Provisions Of North Carolina Elections Overhaul Bill

U.S. Appeals Court Blocks Two Provisions Of North Carolina Elections Overhaul Bill

Learn more about this big victory for voting rights. ...

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Early Voting Is Changing Election Day, Campaign Dynamics

Early Voting Is Changing Election Day, Campaign Dynamics

Could this evolving trend save Democrats in November? ...

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Party Of Lincoln Takes Aim At Black Voters

Party Of Lincoln Takes Aim At Black Voters

Since winning control of the governorship and both houses of the state Legislature in 2004, Georgia Republicans have passed a series of new laws restricting access to the polls. T ...

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The GOP’s Fear Of Higher Voter Turnout

The GOP’s Fear Of Higher Voter Turnout

It is rare for a politician to publicly deride efforts to boost voter turnout. It is seen as a taboo in a country that prides itself on its democratic ideals. Yet, New Jersey gove ...

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Texas Voter ID Law: Discriminatory Or Common Sense?

Texas Voter ID Law: Discriminatory Or Common Sense?

By Tim Eaton, Austin American-Statesman CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas -- Lawyers from the U.S. Department of Justice, joining several civil rights groups, told a federal judge Tuesday in ...

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