Colorado and Nevada officials responded on Thursday to Wednesday's New York Times story alleging thousands of voters have been removed fro...
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Don't fool yourselves, we may be the good ole' US of A, but we need international election monitors as much as any third-world government today.
Not everyone agreed, but I thought the debate was boring because the real questions were, as usual, unasked. Here are the ones I'd like to hear next time.
Nevada authorities raided the Las Vegas offices of a group registering voters in low income communities seeking evidence of voter registra...
[The GOP has] decided to intensify their unsubstantiated assaults on the community organization, given its effectiveness at registering millions of low-income voters across the country.
Throughout the US, Republican operatives are working overtime to decimate the Democratic turnout and it's crucial to remember that favorable polling numbers will not guarantee a fair election.
Former Montana State Representative Kevin Furey (photo) , a First Lieutenant in the Army Reserves, is presently in New Jersey preparing to return to I...
The presidency could again be decided here by how well what's left of the American democratic process can be protected.
From reading tests and ID challenges to felon disenfranchisement laws and the endless purging of voter rolls, the U.S. is almost alone among industrial world democracies in having no uniform federal voting law.
The most crucial news of the 2008 election season is that "Goo-Goo America," if you will -- good-government, democracy-committed America -- is up and out of its complacency in growing numbers.
Helping people register to vote, working as a polling monitor, volunteering to be a vote count observer after the polls close are three ways to prevent the presidency from being stolen again.
If Recount had told the truth about that stolen race (and what is still happening right now), and calling it by its true name, that movie would have done us all tremendous good.
I visited with election law expert Rick Hasen and hopped on the bus to time how long it would take to get a photo ID to vote if you don't already have one.
Democrats and Republicans square off before the Supreme Court Wednesday over a law that requires voters to produce photo identification before they ca...
Though Alberto Gonzales is gone, the Justice Department is still backing controversial voter identification laws that many believe are specifically de...
The Texas Legislature is considering several bills that would protect against voter fraud, but are they committing voter fraud themselves? One of the...
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