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Tell us Today is the last day Texans may register to cast ballots on issues ranging from school bond proposals to constitutional amendments in November's election. It's very important to make sure you are registered and do your civic duty, said
City residents may soon be able to apply online to get their voter ID cards made. has not been very popular with the residents with very few opting for it. It has now been decided that the CEC, Chandigarh, have its own system in place for accepting
Department of Justice will file a lawsuit Monday to stop North Carolina's new voter ID law, which critics have said is the most sweeping law of its kind, according to a person briefed on the department's plans. Attorney General Eric Holder, who has
NOW, transforming from a virtuous group with virtuous goals to one that focuses on political correctness and pandering...Holder case cited by the letter on behalf of the league did not "erase fundamental protections" for voters. The Voting Rights Act
When Daniel Mgwape, a Baka man in Mindourou of the East Region of Cameroon, felt like drinking local liquor commonly called kitoko', he simply took his biometric voter ID card to the village bar tender. Trade amongst the Baka historically called
Dallas County Commissioners voted Tuesday to commit $275,000 to fighting Texas' voter ID law. (File 2012/Staff Photo) Dallas County commissioners Tuesday morning voted along party lines to spend up to $275,000 to fight the state's voter ID law. The U.
Speculation swirled on social media that the DPS would check voter ID applicants for warrants. Sen. Rodney Ellis, D-Houston, released a statement of his own expressing alarm that the DPS would arrest people squaring away their voting credentials.
Nearly 50 Department of Public Safety offices across Texas will open on Saturdays to issue election identification certificates ahead of voting in November. The agency announced Friday that the extended hours are only for those who need an ID in
It was the 50th anniversary of the Martin Luther King Jr. speech that made him an icon. But a crowd of Democratic partisans, including the president of the United States, attempted to hijack King's legacy for cynical ends King abhorred.
Obama defends challenge to Texas law President Barack Obama is defending the Justice Department's lawsuit over Texas' voter ID law and says his administration will use tools available through the Voting Rights Act to keep jurisdictions from enacting