Bill Clinton: "I get credit for doing a lot of things I didn't do — like that."
Fifty years after the passage of the Voting Rights Act — and the most fundamental democratic exercise continues to come under attack.
President Obama called on Congress to pass "an updated version" of the Voting Rights Act on Thursday, the 50th anniversary of the passage of the federal law.
The Fifth Circuit judges wrote: "We recognize the charged nature of accusations of racism, particularly against a legislative body, but we also recognize the sad truth that racism continues to exist in our modern American ...
The right-wing movement that decries bureaucracy in fact loves red tape and barriers to democracy, in order to keep "them" from the polls.
Clinton: "So today, Republicans are systematically and deliberately trying to stop millions of American citizens from voting. What part of democracy are they afraid of?"
The mathematics of power may be about to change in a way that could shift political clout away from fast-growing Latino communities in states such as California, Texas and Florida, and move it to the ...
In its decision, the Supreme Court referred to another ruling it made in late March that found Alabama had not properly investigated whether the state's redrawing of voting districts was motivated by race.