Ohio Republicans Propose Poll Tax For 2016 Election

Now it appears that Ohio Republicans are on the verge of enacting an voter ID law that requires Ohio residents to pay a fee in order to cast a ballot.

Minority Voter Intimidation Witnessed And Recorded In Miami-Dade County On Election Night

It appears it wasn't just long lines and machine 'malfunctions' that possibly helped get Rick Scott reelected. While voting late Tuesday afternoon, Izak Pratt of Broward County noticed a poll worker giving inaccurate information to a black man who was attempting to cast his vote.

Fighting Back: Democrats Leave No Stone Unturned In The Quest For Big Turnout

They said you all wouldn't turnout. They said only Republicans voted in midterms. But they had no idea how angry people were. And they had no idea that y'all carry a grudge when someone comes to steal your rights.

Possible Voter Fraud Gets Arkansas AG Candidate Kicked Off Voter Rolls

It is a different story, though, when a white Republican is kicked of voter rolls in Arkansas that not only incited the state party's outrage against their own vote suppression law, it drove the candidate for state attorney general who lost the right to vote into a rage.

The Supreme Court Enjoins Republican War on Voting in Earnest

The Supreme Court's anti-democracy wing; Roberts, Scalia, Thomas, Alito, and Kennedy issued an announcement that their decision was not on the merits of the case because they had not yet heard any oral arguments defending voting restrictions. They just believed so strongly that since Ohio's Republican Secretary of State Jon Husted invested such an incredible amount of time and energy to disenfranchise minority and working-class voters, and labeled his "appeal" an emergency.

Illinois Republicans Stand Behind Candidate Who Confessed to Committing Voter Fraud in 2008 and 2012

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.

Republicans Continue To Revive the Jim Crow Rhetoric and Tactics They Say Don’t Exist Anymore

As we get closer to the mid-term election, we long for the times when preparing to vote was a matter of volunteering for a voter registration drive, working for a candidate's campaign, familiarizing ourselves with the issues.

NC Republicans Fight Subpoena of Voter ID Emails Saying Accountability is a “Burden”

Republicans in North Carolina are trying to quash a subpoena for emails regarding the "rationale, purpose and implementation" of House Bill 589, aka the most egregious vote suppression law in the country.