The Discussion Around Voting Restrictions

AG Holder Voting Restrictions

A Breakthrough in the Discussion Around Voting Restrictions >by: Eric H. Holder, Jr.  Attorney General of the United States | Posted: 10/10/2014 9:45 am EDT Updated: 10/10/2014 9:59 am EDT|RePost 10/25/2014 10:36:25 PM | On Wednesday, the Government Accountability Office — a nonpartisan investigative agency — released a study showing that, of the states it examined, those that had enacted restrictive voter identification laws experienced sharper reductions in election turnout than those […]

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Charlie Crist -Spotlight

Charlie Crist The People's Governor

Charlie Crist Videos – Spotlight If you didn’t know: #DLU_US! Charlie Crist served as Florida’s 44th Governor. He is known as “The People’s Governor” because he never forgot that the people were the boss. Today he’s running for Governor again — and he’s proud to still be fighting for the people. Former Governor of Florida Charles Joseph “Charlie” Crist, Jr. is an American attorney and politician who served as the […]

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Wisconsin voting restrictions cleared for 2014 cycle

Residents wait in line during lunch hour to cast their early votes in the upcoming U.S. presidential elections, at the Milwaukee Municipal Building in Milwaukee, Wisc. on Oct. 29, 2012. Darren Hauck/Reut

Wisconsin voting restrictions cleared for 2014 cycle >by Steve Benen | 09/15/14 08:35 AM |Re-Post 09/15/2014 5:08:26 PM | In July, the Wisconsin Supreme Court narrowly endorsed an unnecessary voter-ID law, concluding that “voter fraud” is a legitimate “concern.” The ruling specifically pointed to a Republican voter in Milwaukee accused of 13 counts of voter fraud – none of which, ironically, would have been prevented by a voter-ID law. It was […]

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Independent View: Divisive Election Year Ahead in U.S. Politics

Divisive Election Year Ahead in U.S. Politics >by Jim Malone | December 24, 2013| Voice of America | 2013 was a contentious year in U.S. politics, and public approval ratings for President Barack Obama as well as Democrats and Republicans in Congress were all down at year’s end.  Political analysts say the prospects for 2014 are not much better, especially since both major political parties will be positioning themselves for midterm […]

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Independent View: Divisive Election Year Ahead in U.S. Politics

Divisive Election Year Ahead in U.S. Politics >by Jim Malone | December 24, 2013| Voice of America | 2013 was a contentious year in U.S. politics, and public approval ratings for President Barack Obama as well as Democrats and Republicans in Congress were all down at year’s end.  Political analysts say the prospects for 2014 are not much better, especially since both major political parties will be positioning themselves for midterm […]

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