According to an adviser to Democratic candidate Stacey Abrams, “They’re supposed to get it done by the close of business tomorrow. But the volume is huge. This election is a disaster.”
If the national ID system were the key to getting your health care and medications, there’d be no ability for the GOP to purge voters.
Brad Schimel, the state's attorney general, talks up the law that Democrats say kept tens of thousands from the polls in 2016.
Many Americans are struggling to make ends meet. But they still have a constitutional right to make their voices heard.
The White House wants the courts to uphold voter ID restrictions in Texas that opponents call discriminatory.
A federal judge once again ruled that the law is intended to discriminate against blacks and Latinos, although the Department of Justice argued otherwise.
If you think such fraud is an unprosecuted crime, tell that to the Maryland investigators who knocked on my door in 2014.
The Republican Party's systematic attempt to disenfranchise African-Americans and other minorities with laws and restrictions at the polls did not die with Jim Crow.
Law requires that voters present state-issued photo IDs at polls, which could hurt college students—a large part of Sanders' base.