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Wisconsin Delays ID Law As Civil Rights Groups Warn Of Confusion And Voter Suppression

"Right now there's mass confusion out there," says Karyn Rotker with the ACLU of Wisconsin. The post Wisconsin Delays ID Law As Civil Rights Groups Warn Of Confusion And Voter Suppression appeared first on ThinkProgress.

Ohio Republicans Are Trying To Sneak A Voter Suppression Measure Into The Transportation Budget

Under a last-minute addition to Ohio's transportation budget, roughly 116,000 college students will have to pay what a Democratic lawmaker is calling a “poll tax” in order to vote. The post Ohio Republicans Are Trying To Sneak A Voter Suppression Measure Into The Transportation Budget appeared first on ThinkProgress.

Supreme Court Allows Voter Suppression Law To Stand

Though voter ID laws' supporters often claim that they are necessary to combat voter fraud at the polls, such fraud barely exists. The post Supreme Court Allows Voter Suppression Law To Stand appeared first on ThinkProgress.

Navajo Nation Advances Fight Against Voter Suppression

Native Americans make up more than 50 percent of the district but do not hold a majority of seats on the county commission. The post Navajo Nation Advances Fight Against Voter Suppression appeared first on ThinkProgress.

Voter Suppression is Wrong

Today, J. Christian Adams @ElectionLawCtr tweeted the following:  “‘If there was justice in the world they’d be suppressing white people’ says @jointcenter staffer.  What says @donnabrazile @SpencerOverton?”  He elaborated on the tweet in a blog post. The Daily Beast attributed … Continue reading ?

Legislation Should Help Bring Young People Into Our Democracy, Not Block Them

The wave of voter suppression bills passed in the wake of the 2008 and 2010 general elections is now being answered with a wave of voting expansion bills. From online voter registration to preregistration for 16 and 17-year-olds to expanded...Show More Summary

WSJ columnist: Obama tainted Selma speech by complaining about voter suppression

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Conservative Wall Street Journal columnist Kimberly Strassel on Sunday asserted that President Barack Obama had made a mistake by talking about voter ID during his speech in Selma over the weekend. “Right now, in 2015, fifty years after Selma, there are laws across this country designed to...

1965 Onward: Bloody Sunday's 50th Anniversary and the Selma Marches 

Today marks the 50th anniversary of Bloody Sunday, the first of three marches that would spur the passage of the 1965 Voting Rights Act. Voter suppression among the black community was an unwritten law across the Jim Crow south in the...Show More Summary

Number of the Day

[Content Note: Racism; voter suppression.]40: The number of years it has been since a Latin@ candidate was elected to the Yakima, Washington, city council, despite the city's population being one-third Latin@. Why? Because: "Cities Are...Show More Summary

Why Republicans May Come To Regret The Gerrymandering Lawsuit They Took To The Supreme Court

Republicans could win the right to gerrymander Arizona's congressional districts, only to lose voter ID laws and similar efforts at voter suppression enacted via initiative. The post Why Republicans May Come To Regret The Gerrymandering Lawsuit They Took To The Supreme Court appeared first on ThinkProgress.

Man Learns Voting Is Its Own Reward, Too Bad Reward Is A $1000 Fine

Conservatives looking for the newest fad in voter suppression need to flip off the Drudge Sirens and stealthily motor on down to Tennessee. Last year, 58-year old Aubry Wilhoite voted early in the primary for Bedford County Commissioner. Show More Summary

Kansas Secretary Of State Scapegoats Immigrants To Revive Voter Suppression Crusade

Kobach told ThinkProgress that his policy is really about keeping immigrants safe. The post Kansas Secretary Of State Scapegoats Immigrants To Revive Voter Suppression Crusade appeared first on ThinkProgress.

Republicans seek to use voter suppression tactics to keep people hungry

Republicans have come up with another exciting new way to make it difficult for people to use food stamps. Rep. Matt Salmon of Arizona and Sen. David Vitter of Louisiana are pushing similar bills that would require people to produceShow More Summary

Barber: GOP fears 'a future it cannot stop'

The Republican "Solid South" is on the verge of crumbling, and that's driving voter suppression laws, the Rev. William Barber says. Barber, the N.C. NAACP president and organizer of Moral Monday legislative protests, visited the Observer's editorial board on Monday. Show More Summary

The Future Of Voter Suppression Is Before The Supreme Court

The smart money would not bet on the right to vote prevailing before the Roberts Court. The post The Future Of Voter Suppression Is Before The Supreme Court appeared first on ThinkProgress.

How Philanthropy and Innovation Can Mitigate Voter Suppression in Philadelphia

Philanthropy and innovation can assist in registering English non-proficient citizens to vote in Philadelphia. The post How Philanthropy and Innovation Can Mitigate Voter Suppression in Philadelphia appeared first on The Good Men Project.

Wall Street Journal Report Argues That The Increase In Voter Participation Between The 2010 And 2014 Off Year Elections Proves Fraudulent The "Black Voter Suppression Claims" In North Carolina Made In A Lawsuit By "A.G. Eric Holder" And The NAACP As It I

Source: Wall Street JournalJust To Remind You: The Right-Wing In America: Desires To Counter The Progressive-Democrats Use Of The US Legal System To Counter Election Law Changes That Republicans Have Made Constructive Feedback University:...Show More Summary

10 times President Obama Made us Cheer in 2014

We love hearing the President speak up for what’s right. From his support of immigration reform to fighting for equal pay, here are some of our favorite moments of 2014. President Obama will not stand for voter suppression. Period. Did...Show More Summary

The 10 Worst Civil Liberties Violations of 2014

The world may not actually be falling apart—but it feels like America is. From police brutality and botched executions to voter suppression and election corruption, 2014 was a terrible year for civil liberties in the United States. Protests...Show More Summary

Black Progressive Fundamentalism's Best And Brightest: The Al Sharpton Radio Show Compares "Cuban's Lack Of Voting Rights" To Republican "Black Voter Suppression Via Photo ID"

The greatest gift that the "Black Quasi-Socialist Progressive-Fundamentalist Racism Chaser" has to give to the larger "Post-Racial Progressive Fundamentalist Alliance" - is that they are able to take COMPLEX ISSUES - both foreign and...Show More Summary

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