We cannot let Republicans "write the playbook" on election disinformation in Arizona and spread it to other states.
The ex-president called on Wisconsin Assembly Speaker Robin Vos on Saturday to "reclaim the electors" in the state he narrowly lost.
Analysts say Abrams would have been better off running against Trump-backed David Perdue in November's general election than the incumbent governor.
Voters have the chance to study the candidates, learn about where they stand on truth in elections and protect our elections.
Voting advocacy groups are suing Georgia election officials, claiming the new rule suppress rights of absentee voters.
The judge ruled that the new restrictions, such as reducing drop boxes for ballots and banning groups from offering aid to voters, cannot be put into effect.
A year after passing a controversial election law, Georgia lawmakers are considering a similar measure critics say will make voting harder.
"President Biden last night gave voting rights and the future of our democracy about 85 words, and maybe 30 seconds. That's not enough," one activist said.
Despite early setbacks, Harris' fellow Democrats on the Hill see her as a potential bright spot heading into what could be a brutal midterm cycle.
The suit accuses Texas of erroneously flagging naturalized citizens as "non-citizens" under shaky and undisclosed criteria.
The new initiative aims to gather about 425,000 signatures before July 11. If successful it will be placed on November ballots to be approved by voters.
One of the most important ways that Congress can expand voting rights in America today is to respect the will of most voters in Puerto Rico who have already requested full equality and democracy through statehood.
Swing conservative Justice Brian Hagedorn joined with the court's three liberal justices Friday and once again became the deciding vote in the ruling.
"In order to obtain your citizenship, you have to swear your loyalty to the United States of America and shed your allegiance to your previous country."
"Miss voting? Try happy hour!" comedian Lisa Curry tweeted.
Martin Luther King Jr.'s son told Newsweek 'I don't think history is going to treat them well," after the lawmakers voted with the GOP.
Martin Luther King III told Newsweek he was "greatly disappointed" that voting legislation could not proceed in the Senate.
EMILY's List called Sinema's vote "a blow" to those who "supported her victory and her constituents who tried to communicate the importance of this bill
Manchin said he serves "a complete different constituency" compared to other Democrats. Polls show more West Virginia voter support voting rights bills.
The two moderate Senate Democrats joined Republicans in striking down an attempt to change the filibuster to pass voting rights legislation.
What this new push is all about is not protecting Black Americans' right to vote, but protecting Democrats' right to their votes without giving them anything in return.
Biden suggested the 2022 midterm elections might not be legitimate if voting rights legislation wasn't passed.
Ossoff's speech reiterated the importance of every American having the ability to easily vote in elections.
The Arizona senator sided with Republicans in opposing a move to tweak rules that would allow a voting rights package to pass with a straight majority.
Voters of color concerns about voting rights are "misplaced," McConnell said, "as African American voters are voting in as high a percentage as Americans."
Five years ago over half the Senate's Democrats signed on to a letter opposing watering down the filibuster.