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Saving Democracy: A Priority for the 113th Congress

Nancy K. Kaufman | Posted 03.10.2013 | Politics
Nancy K. Kaufman

Just as the Bill of Rights applies equally in every corner of the U.S., the right to vote must be equally easy to exercise as an integral part of being a U.S. citizen no matter where you live.

Women and the Vote in 2012

Nancy K. Kaufman | Posted 01.23.2014 | Politics
Nancy K. Kaufman

For those candidates looking to court women voters, focusing on the survival of programs that keep food on the table, provide medical care, ensure a fair and equitable workplace, and give women the deciding voice in their own reproductive health care choices is a good place to start.

Voter Suppression and Driving While Black

Kelly Kleiman | Posted 12.22.2012 | Politics
Kelly Kleiman

Non-white motorists are more likely for moving violations than whites. Combine discriminatory policing with photo ID laws and you've got a perfect tool for keeping black and brown people from the polls.

Public Opinion on Voter ID Laws: Strong Support, Shaky Foundation

David C. Wilson | Posted 09.17.2012 | Politics
David C. Wilson

The latest public opinion poll I've conducted with colleagues at the University of Delaware's Center for Political Communication (CPC) finds that Americans strongly support voter identification laws. But we also find that support for the laws depends on how they are presented to the public.

Katy Hall

5 Voting Laws That Make People Angry

HuffingtonPost.com | Katy Hall | Posted 05.15.2012 | Politics

A wave of Republican-sponsored laws restricting who can and cannot vote may mean that fewer Democrats, especially those who are low-income or minoriti...

Republicans Require No Photo ID To Vote In Republican Iowa Caucus

Brad Friedman | Posted 02.27.2012 | Politics
Brad Friedman

For all of their years of claims that massive voter fraud is going on at the polling place, you'd think that when Republicans have a chance to run their own elections, they'd be sure to want it to be as "fraud"-free as possible.

2011 in Review: The Good, the Bad, and What's Ahead in 2012 for Voting Rights

Robert M. Brandon | Posted 02.21.2012 | Politics
Robert M. Brandon

While this year we have seen setbacks in several states, we also have seen citizens standing up against attempts to make voting more difficult. We can take the lessons we have learned this year and come out battling in 2012 against these efforts to stop the vote for political gain.

Charlie White's Indictment: Piercing the Veil of "Voter Fraud"

Donna Brazile | Posted 05.25.2011 | Politics
Donna Brazile

The hypocrisy of White's claim that he would protect the integrity of the vote while simultaneously committing fraud himself has not escaped even his foremost supporters.