Voter ID laws
The group fears a final call might not come before the November elections.
The decision upholds an appellate ruling that bars only some aspects of the law.
Liberals fear voter suppression and conservatives warn of electoral fraud.
Court ruled against a law requiring voters to show photo identification before voting.
Looking at Clinton's past statements should forestall skepticism about her social justice agenda.
Even 55 percent of Democrats support the laws, according to a survey.
Critics running out of time and options in efforts to knock down barriers ahead of midterms.
Ask any party operative and they’ll say a ground game wins or loses elections.
The former president said some "would turn back the clock" on civil rights.
OPINION | Too many Republicans dismiss the issue as one that only matters to liberals.
The ruling said requiring almost all voters to present a photo ID was an unreasonable burden.
A new TV ad from the Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now (ACORN) accuses John...
Legislators make voting easier, not add more obstacles.
Government will go out of its way to accommodate some people, but puts up barriers to others.
Justices Sonia Sotomayor, Elena Kagan and Ruth Bader dissented to ruling.
Republican Scott Walker and Dem Mary Burke disputed over abortion and voter rights.
Let's call it what it is: The GOP's attempt to minimize and squash the Democratic Party vote.
Paul's senior adviser Doug Stafford downplayed remarks Paul made Friday.
A federal judge sided with opponents who argued it disenfranchises poor and minority voters.
The president accused the GOP of trying to prevent people from voting.
OPINION | Massive voter fraud might have taken place in the 2012 election.
The vice president decried voting rights restrictions.
A new American University study found that 131 million people voted in the 2008 election and that...
The Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now (ACORN) says it's been the target of...