The latest news on voters
Low turnout and high voter frustration could mark the 2014 elections, a Democratic pollster says.
‘Persons of color,’ unmarried women and young voters have ‘deep disconnect’ with Republicans.
Since the GOP is hell-bent on driving away voters they need to win, here are a few ideas to help them along.
The party needs to get past the anger of the late ’00s.
Sheryl Sandberg and Marissa Mayer can learn a thing of two from suffragette Alice Paul.
Alice Paul made woman suffrage come to pass.
A provision of the 1965 civil rights law is being challenged in court by those who say it's unconstitutional.
The Supreme Court must realize voter discrimination persists to the point that legal protections must remain to prevent it.
Section 5 of the Voting Rights Act is needed now more than ever.
Preclearance provision of Voting Rights Act is still stopping discrimination today.