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Charles Koch on Voter ID and His Supposed Lack of Support for ALEC’s Role in Promoting Such Laws

In this interview with Matea Gold (on Koch’s friendship and partnership with Michael Lomax of the United Negro College Fund): The two do not see to eye to eye on many issues, including when it comes to voter identification laws. … Continue reading ?

Democrats Now Consider Donald Trump a 'Serious' Republican Candidate 

Donald Trump’s presidential candidacy might seem like a joke—a dark, sad performance piece meant to reveal the ugly id of American voters—but the Democratic National Committee is taking the bid seriously. Trump is, after all, leading the current GOP field by an impressive margin. Read more...

Detroit Issues Its Own Municipal ID For People With Difficulty Obtaining ID For City Services: Despite Making "Black Voter Suppression (Photo ID) A #1 Fear Mongering Technique It Now Appears That The Black Racial Services Machine Can Be Motivated To Get

Fox 2 News Headlines Detroit Issues Municipal ID CardIT IS CLEAR that issues that are ginned up to "Evil-ize" the enemy (the demand for photo id) can be turned into an altruistic act, IF the Progressive Fundamentalists are in support...Show More Summary

Losing the Consent of the Governed

[caption id="attachment_234162" align="aligncenter" width="620"] Image Credit: Shutterstock[/caption] A new CNN/ORC Poll released on Sunday, finds that only 30% of registered voters feel their views are well represented by the government in Washington. Show More Summary

North Carolina Just Relaxed Its Voter ID Law, But Will Voters Get The Memo?

WASHINGTON -- Voting rights advocates were at least somewhat pleased when the North Carolina General Assembly unexpectedly voted in June to modify the state's strict requirement that voters present government-issued photo ID at the polls. Show More Summary

“Why North Carolina Is the New Selma”

Ari Berman dispatch for The Nation on the North Carolina voter id trial. … Continue reading ?

Chuck Todd Uses Charleston Murders to Press Gov. Haley on Voter ID

On Sunday’s Meet the Press, Chuck Todd used to tragic murders in Charleston, South Carolina to question Governor Nikki Haley about her support for voter ID laws in her state.

IJReview: Voter ID laws not racist because Mandela

An argument by association isn't a valid argument. It's a dodge.

“Voting Rights Bill Would Address, Not Invalidate TX Law”

Texas Tribune: A voting rights bill introduced in Congress last week would subject Texas elections to new levels of federal scrutiny, but it would not invalidate the state’s controversial 2011 voter photo ID law that helped inspire it…. Asked whether … Continue reading ?

Once Again, Justice Ginsburg Not Only Corrects Small Error in Opinion But Announces It

On Monday, I noted a small error in Justice Ginsburg’s AZ redistricting commission that a reader pointed out to me. When a similar thing happened with the Texas voter id case, Justice Ginsburg promptly corrected the error and announced it, … Continue reading ?

Clinton Lawyer, George Soros Teamed Up to Fight Voter ID Laws

As the Free Beacon reported: “Hillary Clinton’s top campaign lawyer is behind a multi-state push challenging voter identification laws implemented in recent years, efforts that are expected to reach numerous other states ahead of the 2016 elections.” “Marc Elias, a top campaign lawyer for Hillary Clinton and a partner at the Washington, D.C., law firm […]

How The Supreme Court’s Major Housing Ruling Could Impact Voter ID

"We don't always find state legislators saying, 'We're going to suppress the African American vote or the Latino vote.' But there are things that are quite discriminatory in voting that occur on a regular basis," said Senior Attorney...Show More Summary

CNN's Costello Attacks GOP on Voter ID: 'To Critics, It Seems That They are Trying to Suppress the Black Vote'

On Wednesday, CNN Newsroom host Carol Costello and Democratic strategist Paul Begala attacked both the GOP and Jeb Bush for their positions on voter ID laws. Costello dismissed Republican voter ID concerns by asserting that there “are...Show More Summary

“Short Film About Victim of Texas Voter ID Law Shows Why We Need to Pass The Voting Rights Advancement Act Being Introduced Today”

Release: Today, as Sen. Patrick Leahy (D-VT) and Rep. John Lewis (D-GA) introduce the Voting Rights Advancement Act (VRAA) on the eve of the second anniversary of Shelby County v. Holder, the Campaign Legal Center is releasing a short film … Continue reading ?

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