Voter fraud is a myth, except in the case of Indiana's secretary of state - a Republican.
Arlene Holt Baker, executive vice president of the AFL-CIO, welcomed the Justice Department's recent decision to strike down voter ID laws in Texas and Wisconsin.
Calling it "the single most restrictive voter eligibility law" in the nation, Judge David Flanagan issued a temporary injunction stopping the state's requirement to show a photo ID in the April 3 elections.
Why the rash of voter suppression bills occurring in Michigan, Florida, Texas and throughout the country?
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.
As thousands of civil rights and labor groups marched in New York City against Koch brothers funded and GOP-led efforts to suppress voting rights, the U.S. Senate scheduled January hearings on the issue.
They came in the thousands to let the forces of reaction know that their voting rights - rights that were fought and died for - will not be taken away.
Former Maryland Governor Robert Ehrlich's campaign manager, Paul Schurick, was convicted of "fraud" Dec. 6 for his role in a racist robocall seeking to suppress the Black vote.
California's labor movement was the game-changer in the state's Democratic election sweep.
The grassroots are preparing for the Nov. 2 elections in Illinois.