Why the rash of voter suppression bills occurring in Michigan, Florida, Texas and throughout the country?
"Corporations are not people and money is not speech!" and "Get corporate money out of our democracy" was the theme of two demonstrations in Hartford. Conn.
"The U.S. Supreme Court's Citizens United ruling pounded the last nail in the coffin of democracy, and we're here to get our democracy back." (with video)
A statement released by the Republican Party of Florida claims they are "closing the gap" on Democrats with new GOP voter registrations. To analyze the facts properly one needs to look beyond the numbers.
Payday loan companies can charge up to 1,950 percent interest; Missouri voters may be able to change that in November.
Mitt Romney, "frontrunner" for the GOP presidential nomination, emerged as the leading candidate with only 37 percent of the vote.
Progressives in the "Big Sky State" are praising the Montana Supreme Court for rejecting the U.S. Supreme Court's "corporate personhood" decision.
A representative of the Newt Gingrich Super PAC blamed the loss of manufacturing jobs on Romney's style of doing business.
But organizers want to send at least 720,277 names to the state as a show of strength and to provide a cushion should officials disallow some of the signatures.
Just weeks into the campaign, United Wisconsin announced that 507,533 people have signed a recall petition.