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Voter ID laws have been cropping up all around the country since President Barack Obama was elected in 2008. Over 30 states, mostly Republican led, have sought or passed restrictive voter ID laws. Some voter-suppressing bills have managed
Millions of voter ID cards still unclaimedComelec 7:32 am Saturday, January 18th, 2014 Comelec spokesman James Jimenez. PhilippinesAs part of its effort to distribute the millions of unclaimed voter identification cards, the Commission on Elections (
Pa. A Pennsylvania judge on Friday struck down a requirement that nearly all of the state's 8.2 million voters show photo identification at the polls, saying it imposes an unreasonable burden on the right to vote and that officials failed to
Proponents of strict voter ID laws were dealt a blow on Friday, when a Pennsylvania judge struck down the state's voter ID law. Commonwealth Court Judge Bernard L. McGinley said the law, signed in 2012 by Republican Gov.
Chris Hayes charged that Senator David Vitter has found "another way to screw poor people" as he complained that the Louisiana Republican has proposed a photo ID requirement for food stamp recipients. Hayes brought up Vitter briefly after fretting
A Pennsylvania state judge on Friday struck down a requirement under the state's 2012 Voter ID Law that voters show photo identification before exercising their voting rights. According to http://www.nytimes.com/2014/01/
Pa. (AP) A state judge has struck down the law requiring Pennsylvania's voters to show photo identification at the polls. Commonwealth Court Judge Bernard McGinley said the requirement that was the centerpiece of Pennsylvania's embattled 2012 voter
Roger Camacho, Jennifer Chantaca and Amairani Ayala fill out voter registration cards during a National Voter Registration Day drive at Yvonne A...The Texas Civil Rights Project says public school districts are failing to provide registration forms
The Queensland government last week introduced a bill to parliament that, when passed, will make voter identification a prerequisite for casting a ballot. This is a first for Australia and follows several American states and other western nations.
Delays at the polls this month due to glitches with voters' identifications could signal a bigger problem to come next year, when many more turn out for state and county elections. Thousands of voters had to sign affidavits or cast provisional