By David Freddoso | 07/23/14 04:03 PM
Several states are adopting new measures to curb voter fraud, and some of them -- such as the Voter I.D. law recently passed in North Carolina -- are facing federal court challenges.
07/14/14 03:45 PM
SAN ANTONIO (AP) — The U.S. Justice Department told judges Monday that Texas lawmakers carefully crafted electoral maps marginalizing minority voters despite the state's exploding Hispanic population in a deliberate effort to racially discriminate and protect conservative incumbents....
By Paul Bedard | 07/14/14 12:15 PM
Washingtonians are the most trusting of the media in the country, but are downright deadbeats when it comes to engaging with neighbors right next door, says a new city "health index."
By Mark Tapscott | 07/02/14 08:29 AM
If things were bad between Tea Party activists and the Mississippi Republican establishment before last Tuesday's Senate primary runoff, it's about to get a lot uglier.
07/01/14 05:15 PM
OAK PARK, Ill. (AP) — County clerks across Illinois began preparing to offer Election Day voter registration after Gov. Pat Quinn signed a measure Tuesday that'll also give voters more time to cast early ballots and remove a photo identification requirement to vote early. Supporters wanted a...
06/29/14 05:00 AM
MIAMI (AP) — Florida religious leaders are calling on Gov. Rick Scott and state officials to restore the civil rights of former felons. A group of clergy and activists will lead a march through Opa-Locka on Sunday to highlight Florida's status as one of three states that permanently deny...
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