No word yet on if whether the 86-year old with Parkinson’s disease is also responsible for Benghazi. But it seems like an equally good waste of time and tax payer money to find out.
by Rika Christensen •
A universal system that puts the onus of registering voters on the government instead of individuals could streamline the registration process.
by Lorelei •
Hispanics typically vote Democratic and new, restrictive voter ID laws are likely to inconvenience, discourage and potentially prevent eligible Latino citizens from voting.
by Wendy Gittleson •
Sen. Scott Brown (R-MA) is very unhappy with the fact that poor people can vote.
by Kimberley Johnson •
This is not a surprising document. It’s a Tea Party bonanza and another petrifying example of why Democrats need to gain control of the government in the next election.
by Mitchell S. Gilbert •
Yesterday’s (12/27/11) New York Times editorial took note of Republican efforts to restrict the voting rights of demographic groups that tend to vote for the Democratic Party: Blacks, Hispanics, the poor and the young. In a number of states in which the GOP controls one or both legislative houses, laws are pending or have already been passed that would require voters to present valid state issued ID cards to vote.