All Eyes On Kennedy As SCOTUS Is Set To Consider “Partisan Gerrymandering”

Simply put, “partisan gerrymandering” is a rebrand of “race based gerrymandering.” Republicans are trying to find the magic words to suppress votes by people who are more likely to vote for Democrats.

Americans See Voting Rights As Essential To Their Personal Sense of Freedom

When asked by Pew which freedoms they consider essential, 92% of respondents said freedom of speech and 91 identified the right to vote.

They Finally Found Voter Fraud in Colorado – And it Was the Former GOP Chair

“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.”

Supreme Court Upholds Arizona Ban on Ballot Harvesting

On Saturday morning, the Supreme Court reversed the Ninth Circuit’s ruling involving an Arizona law, H.B. 2023, that bans “ballot harvesting” by making it “a felony for anyone other than election officials, mail carriers, family members, or caregivers to collect early voting ballots.” read more

Trump Surrogate Says Women Who Receive ‘Free Contraception’ Should Not Be Able to Vote

"You can get them but you shouldn’t be allowed to vote, it’s a conflict of interest. Take that away, we’d win every single election in this country"

Even In California, Voter Intimidation By Law Enforcement

An investigation into voter fraud by the Siskiyou County Sheriff's Office caught the attention of the California State Attorney General’s Office into possible voter intimidation.

Kentucky Gov. Steve Beshear Restores Voting Rights For 180,000 Convicted Felons

Beshear signed an executive order on Tuesday to restore voting rights to 180,000 Kentucky residents who had completed their sentences

California Democrats Show Republicans What Good Government Looks Like

There is one example of a state that leads the nation in economic growth, job creation, and the ability to govern for all the people. This week, in a seriously stunning editorial by a very conservative newspaper they readily admit and praise California with its Democratic super-majority and governor as the model the rest of the nation and Republicans in Congress should follow.

Obama Calls Republican Laws That Take Away The Right To Vote A Disgrace

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President Obama took aim at Republican efforts to suppress the vote by calling their laws that make it more difficult to cast a ballot a disgrace.

Hillary Clinton Terrifies Republicans By Calling For Automatic Voter Registration

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton did more than call out Republicans for trying to suppress the vote. She offered a proposal that would terrify Republicans to their very core. Hillary Clinton wants every American to be automatically registered to vote at age 18.

Ohio Republicans Sneak A Vote Suppression Rider Into State’s Transportation Budget

Every time a Republican sneaks an unrelated rider into a law, it's a guarantee that someone will get screwed.

Racist Republican Leadership Absent From 50th Anniversary of Selma

One group that was glaringly absent from Selma on Saturday was any substantial representation of racist Republicans; most notably Republican leaders in Congress.

It Is Time To Repeal the 10TH Amendment And Unify America

It is true that there was open rebellion and massive bloodshed as one faction that could not countenance a 'united' nation sought to rip the country apart, but the sentiment that engendered the Civil War is still alive and well due to one ill-advised amendment to the nation's founding document; the 10th Amendment.

Democratic Senator Bob Casey Wants To Restore The Voting Rights Act

On Friday, Senator Bob Casey (D-PA) held a news conference where he called on his colleagues to restore the gutted portions of the Voting Rights Act.

Victory for Democracy as Wisconsin and Texas Voter ID Laws Come Tumbling Down

Democracy called checkmate against Scott Walker's attempt to rig Wisconsin's vote, while a Federal Court slapped down Greg Abbott's attempt to suppress votes in Texas.

Fourth Circuit Restores Early Voting and Out of Precinct Voting in North Carolina

In a 2-1 decision, the Federal Appeals Court for the Fourth Circuit granted a temporary injunction to restore same day registration and out of precinct voting in North Carolina.