"I think we should be extremely alarmed," the progressive New York congresswoman said in an interview.
Beto O'Rourke's PAC has raised more than $600,000 to keep Democratic lawmakers in Washington, D.C. and to deny Texas Republicans the quorum needed to pass a sweeping elections bill.
A group set up by Beto O'Rourke will donate the money to the 50-plus Democratic lawmakers who are trying to prevent the passage of voting restrictions.
"To me this is not about infighting with another Republican member. This is about election integrity period," Hice said at CPAC Sunday.
People on Twitter criticized Harris after she suggested it would be "almost impossible" for people in rural communities to provide photocopies of their IDs.
The Pennsylvania senator said he believes the Senate will have to change its rules "in order to protect voting rights with 51 votes."
The outgoing DeKalb County official warned about putting "dangerous demagogues" in charge of elections.
"As you know, the Constitution does provide for federal oversight of state elections," the Fox News Sunday anchor told the GOP senator.
"The question is are we able to maintain a process in which we listen to other voices?" Obama said on Friday.
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.) said that Sen. Joe Manchin (D-W. Va.) had found an area of "common ground" with Republicans by supporting "voter suppression" on Monday.
The West Virginia Democratic senator has come under fire for refusing to support the For the People Act following an op-ed he wrote for the Charleston Gazette-Mail.
"When you're pushed to the extreme, you respond to that with extreme," Texas state Representative Joe Moody said.
A review of IRS records reveals that brand-name corporations and corporate lobbying groups funneled millions of dollars to two major GOP groups that pushed to curtail voting rights and overturn the 2020 election.
"You cannot have those things you refuse to dream of," the Georgia Democrat said.
"I'm not sure why [former U.S. Attorney General Eric] Holder pre-cleared the Republican redistricting plans back in 2010," Ben Jealous said Friday.
When Benjamin Franklin was approached by a group of citizens and asked what sort of government the delegates of the Constitutional Convention had created, he answered, "A republic, if you can keep it." The "you" he was talking about is us.
Kemp defended the legislation, saying it makes it "easy to vote by expanding access to the polls and harder to cheat by ensuring the security of the ballot box."
Murray, the third-ranking Senate Democrat, has previously refrained from signaling support for overturning the filibuster, which typically requires a 60-vote bipartisan majority to pass legislation.
Cannon was charged with two felonies, one for allegedly "preventing or disrupting General Assembly sessions or other meetings of members" and one for willful obstruction. She was released on Thursday.
A lawsuit filed against Georgia's "Voter Suppression Bill" on Thursday alleges that it will impose "unjustifiable burdens disproportionately on the State's minority, young, poor, and disabled citizens."
"A decent man as president, a plan to protect us, it feels almost normal, but it's not," warns the latest Lincoln Project ad.
The Republican lieutenant governor of Georgia called Trump's strategy "unwinnable," saying the GOP needs "real leadership."
State lawmakers want to appoint a new chairman for the State Election Board and make Raffensperger a non-voting member of the board.
"Many members of Congress have to stand in long lines to enter the chamber going through metal detectors, emptying our pockets and being treated very disrespectfully," Greene said.
"It's not simply a different circumstance. It's apples and bowling balls," said the former Georgia gubernatorial candidate.
The Reverend James Woodall accused the GOP secretary of state of attempting to disenfranchise thousands of eligible voters throughout Georgia.
The civil rights organization accused the Trump campaign and Republican National Convention of violating the Ku Klux Klan Act in their election lawsuits.
"Republicans had a plan for stopping voters from getting to the polls. We beat them in multiple states and flipped the outcome," the former Georgia gubernatorial candidate said.
Santorum insinuated that this year's massive voter turnout is proof that voter suppression is not an issue.