In the 2016 presidential election Donald Trump won Wisconsin by about 22,000 votes. Much analysis has been done as to why Hillary Clinton lost Wisconsin, but most Democrats have agreed that one of the main causes for this surprising loss was the existence of a strict voter I.D. law that kept many Democrats from voting.
Trying to use the popular former president to suppress the vote won't discourage Democrats in Georgia – it'll only motivate them more.
“It seems to be, and correct me if I’m wrong here, but virtually every case of voter fraud I can remember in my lifetime was committed by Democrats.”
To taint Cory Booker's testimony, Trump’s team presented the committee with a story accusing “black Democrats” of voter fraud.
North Carolina does so poorly on the measures of legal framework and voter registration that it ranks alongside Iran and is not classified as a democracy.
If only this were a movie and not a metastasizing reality threatening the deepest values of our democracy, the welfare of every citizen, and our standing in a globalized world.
The League Of Women Voters issued a statement on last night's election and the widespread voter suppression and intimidation that took place on election day in swing states.
Sen. Bernie Sanders hammered Donald Trump for being a gutless political coward who is afraid to run on his own ideas after it was reported that the Trump campaign is working to suppress the Democratic vote.
DeMint is not the first conservative to admit voter ID laws hurt Democrats, Republicans claim they will "make the difference” against Clinton.
Chris Christie just denied voter registration to 1.6 million people, claiming not letting people vote as a remedy for voter fraud
Sanders said "What the Republicans are doing is so un-American, it is so outrageous, that it is literally beyond belief."
The California State Senate passed the California New Voter Act on a 24 to 15 vote.
In a letter to the editor, President Obama made a powerful case for restoring the protections contained in the Voting Rights Act.
Republican political corruption in North Carolina is even worse than you thought, as the Paul Foley episode reveals
Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders drew big applause from the crowd at the National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials Conference when called out Republicans by saying that only cowards would get elected than pass laws to suppress the vote.
A new lawsuit from Hillary Clinton's legal counsel is taking aim at Gov. Scott Walker and the Republican Party's efforts to suppress the vote in Wisconsin.
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.
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.
A university professor heavily funded by the Koch brothers has very publicly and openly called for less democracy to reduce the power of the majority.
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.