by Alice Ollstein May 5, 2016
“It amounts to dancing on the graves of people of color who fought, sacrificed and were killed so we could have this right [to vote], while spitting in the face of their descendants."
by Kira Lerner May 2, 2016
Conservative leaders can't seem to stick to the "voter fraud" script.
by Alice Ollstein Apr 28, 2016
“This bill is only about one thing and that’s one thing only...suppressing the votes, disenfranchising groups of individuals that tends to vote for Democrats.”
by Alice Ollstein Apr 26, 2016
The decision could sway November's election results.
by Emily Atkin Apr 19, 2016
"The traffic to our polling hotlines has been pretty significant," Clarke told ThinkProgress.
by Emily Atkin Apr 18, 2016
"My goal is to try to change my one non-vote into three votes."
by Alice Ollstein Apr 18, 2016
"What types of places would be allowed to stay open? Only wealthy areas, where people tend to vote Republican."
by Kira Lerner & Emily Atkin Apr 18, 2016
Voters in the lawsuit say their party affiliations were mysteriously changed.
by Emily Atkin Apr 14, 2016
Most, but not all, would have voted for Bernie Sanders.
by Alice Ollstein Apr 14, 2016
The new lawsuit from the Democratic Party aims to remedy the problem before November, when the key swing state could help determine the fate of both the White House and the Senate.