President Donald Trump warned Russia not to interfere in U.S. elections in talks with Russia’s top diplomat on Tuesday, the White House said.
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A much-criticized database that checks if voters are registered in multiple states suspended “for the foreseeable future” pending security safeguards.
The case is a legal challenge to the State Department’s recent measure that aims at collecting social identifiers from all U.S Visa applicants.
Analysts predict that new electoral maps in North Carolina will be more Democratic-leaning but could still favor Republicans.
In a recent interview with Cosmopolitan, Senator Amy Klobuchar who is running for President argued that America isn’t doing enough to protect voting rights.
Many in Indian Country, including on Wyoming’s Wind River Reservation, are still faced with barriers to casting their votes.
The DGA and Fair Right are combining efforts to battle perceived attempts to suppress the vote of traditionally “under counted″ voting blocs.
According to Insider, DOJ watchdog said it uncovered text messages between two FBI agents cheerleading for President Trump just after the 2016 poll.
D-Sen for Vermont Patrick Leahy urged Republican-led Senate to move on bill restoring protections in 1965 Voting Rights Act struck by Supreme Court in 2013.
On Friday the House passed Voting Rights Advancement Act (H.R.4) restoring protections in 1965 Voting Rights Act struck by a 2013 Supreme Court decision.