Donald Trump’s nominee for Deputy U.S. Trade Representative, Jeffrey Gerrish, is the latest of Trump family members and associates Trump’s so-called election integrity commission is looking for.
The GOP knows that when fewer people turn out to the polls, they have a better chance of being successful.
Before perusing the one-time "world's leading democracy" and its truly pathetic voter turnout record, it is worth looking back at comments from Senator Bernie Sanders that he recorded for posterity nearly ten years ago.
Wendy Davis with help from groups that support her is leading the way in the people's fight against vote suppression.
By a vote of 6-3 The Supreme Court is allowing Texas' draconian voter ID law to be enforced for this year's election.
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.
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.
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."
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.
Republicans have created a new conservative super PAC to support Republican secretaries of state that will pursue restrictive voter laws, purge voter rolls, and generally kill the democratic process.
In Florida, it's deja vu all over again. Rick Scott is back in the business of purging the vote. The last time Scott tried this, 182,000 people were put on an initial list based on DMV records.
Republicans in Montana approved a House committee bill to end Election Day voter registration, claiming they want to make things more convenient for county election officials.
What has the Attorney-General of Texas done to stop a Koch brother financed vigilante group from violating the very laws he seeks to use against the OSCE observers?
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.
It is time to call these harsh voter ID laws and fraudulent voter registration efforts more than voter suppression; they are domestic terrorist attacks on democracy and they are uniquely Republican.
A judge ruled that Pennsylvania's voter suppression law not be enforced this election, that those without photo IDs must be allowed to vote
If you are part of the sane America who believes in our constitution, including the right to vote, you may want to vote in this election and be sure that it counts.
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.