Former state Sen. Dale Schultz laments his support for tighter voter rules and reconfiguring districts and says he's happy the Supreme Court will weigh partisan gerrymandering.
Why are there multiple differences between the English-language and Spanish-language version of the state’s voting guide?
Eric Kennie, 45, has never left his hometown of Austin, Texas, and he was raised to do "the right thing" and vote. But Texas won't let him. Spoiler alert: He's black.
Pennsylvania's law requiring voters to show identification is unconstitutional, Commonwealth Court Judge Bernard McGinley ruled Friday. Civil rights groups applauded the decision, but the implications for similar laws in other parts of the country may be limited.
In the months after the U.S. Supreme Court gutted the Voting Rights Act under the argument that it is no longer necessary, regressive voting laws are taking root that threaten to snap the country back to the 1950s, disenfranchising minorities and women.
A look at the day's political happenings, including Stephen Colbert skewers McDonald's over its unrealistic employee budget tool and Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid stirs things up with House Speaker John Boehner.
A look at the day's political happenings, including how Paul Ryan's 30 percent compares with Mitt Romney's 47 percent and a Pennsylvania judge decides the fate of the state's voter ID law for the 2012 election.
For the last several days I’ve been deluged with calls from my inside-the-beltway friends telling me “Romney’s dead." Hold it. Rumors of Romney’s demise are premature for at least four reasons:
Rep. Daryl Metcalfe, the sponsor of a strict voter ID law in Pennsylvania that will disproportionately disenfranchise poor and minority voters, is now saying the law will affect only the "lazy"-- like the 47 percent of voters Mitt Romney was referring to in a recently leaked undercover video.
Unemployment is still above 8 percent, job gains aren’t even keeping up with population growth, the economy is barely moving forward And yet, according to most polls, the Romney-Ryan ticket is falling further and further behind Yet, the Romney-Ryan ticket is still falling further behind.