Wendy Davis with help from groups that support her is leading the way in the people's fight against vote suppression.
As Republicans reduce early voting hours, they make a seemingly logical argument.
Illinois Republicans are stooping particularly low with their support for a candidate who admitted she was registered to vote in two states and voted in both states during the 2008 and 2012 election cycles.
On Monday, a U.S. District Court heard closing arguments in the case that challenges the most militant and vicious vote suppression law in America.
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie was absolutely outraged that a bipartisan election commission in Illinois simplified the voting process that he claimed is "shocking," and a "major obstacle for the GOP's gubernatorial candidates."
On Friday morning, Judge Bernard McGinley ruled that Pennsylvania's restrictive voter ID law, that was passed in 2012, is unconstitutional and cannot be enforced in the state.
Extremists in state legislatures have passed anti-voter bills. Voting machines are next on their agenda to guarantee wins in 2014 & 2016.
With only days to go before the election, Republicans are resorting to racist mailers and voter suppression in a desperate attempt to win.
Ken Detzner, silent about the GOP firm accused of voter registration fraud against Democrats, jumped into action when he thought Republicans were targeted.
In America, the prospect of free and fair elections is being threatened by an avalanche of reports of voter suppression and fraud by the Republican Party.
When a Sproul employee is caught red handed dumping registration forms for Democrats, the Attorney-General of Virginia doesn't a reason to investigate.
Republican Intimidation tactics, restricting voting access, and disposing of voter registration forms are all despicable attempts to hijack the election for Romney.
A judge ruled that Pennsylvania's voter suppression law not be enforced this election, that those without photo IDs must be allowed to vote
The North Carolina Republican Party announced Monday that they have fired the fraud scandal-ridden Sproul shell company that has also done around 70,000 voter registrations for the Romney campaign.
If the Republican Party didn't want or expect Sproul to engage in election fraud, they would be demanding that he give their money back.
Fox News spends their days whipping up fear of voter fraud, but today they hosted a voter fraud expert who destroyed all of their claims.