Judge Richard Posner says he got it Voter ID ruling wrong, acknowledges that the result of it is vote suppression.
The DOJ announced has announced that it will challenge Texas' voter ID law because the law violates the Voting Rights Act as well as the 14th and 15th amendments of the U.S. Constitution.
North Carolina Republicans have rubber stamped a voter suppression law that some might say is more consistent with fascism than with a government of the people, for the people and by the people.
Today, the North Carolina state senate passed the most extreme vote suppression bill ever after a very generous 2-hour debate.
This ruling gives us a lesson in political reality. Republican governors and Republican controlled state legislatures will suppress the vote. Voting Republican means endorsing vote suppression.
In reality the future of the Voting Rights Act depends on whether Justice Kennedy places a higher priority on states' rights, or the rights of millions of Americans to vote.
With only days to go before the election, Republicans are resorting to racist mailers and voter suppression in a desperate attempt to win.
Republicans in Wisconsin are busily arming their 'poll watchers' with tricks and lies to suppress the vote.
According to Jon Husted, making the vote accessible to all eligible voters is un-American, but a look who he is trying restrict reveals that he specifically means Democrats should not vote early.
There was a small victory for representative democracy in Pennsylvania as State Officials announced some changes to the current Voter ID requirements.
In Florida, while agreeing to a settlement with voter advocacy groups that had sued over the voter purge, behind the curtain Florida's Republicans continues with the purge.
Perhaps Jon Husted doesn't understand that uniformity and fairness are not interchangeable when it comes voting rights.
Just when you thought voting rights were safe in Wisconsin, Attorney-General, J.B. Van Hollen decided to appeal to the Supreme Court to overturn rulings that struck down Walker's Voter ID law.
Last Friday, Ohio's Secretary of State Jon Husted took the unprecedented step to preserve his block the black vote directive.
It seems ironic that the advocates of small government have established a nightmarish and confusing bureaucratic process that will deny Americans the ID they need in order to vote.