Voter turnout

For Prosecutor Under Fire, A Verdict At The Polls
Brooklyn District Attorney Charles Hynes could be in danger of breaking an almost 60-year streak since an incumbent district attorney in New York City has been removed from office via the vote. Read more...
How Voter Intensity Beats Propensity In The Abortion Wars
In recent weeks, pollsters and pundits have been wrestling with a seeming contradiction at the heart of the country's abortion debate. On the one hand, the United States is a pro-choice nation, with consistent majorities of Americans voicing the belief for two decades that abortion should be legal in some or all cases. On the other, the United States is also witnessing the rapid proliferation of draconian curbs on reproductive rights that in many states could soon make abortion access a thing of the past. Read more...
Karl Rove was back on Fox again this Thursday, still making excuses for blowing through all of those billionaires' money and with a major dose of projection when it comes to which party believes in voter suppression -- Karl Rove: Obama Won 'By Read more...
The Obama campaign has filed suit against Ohio over a law passed quietly that would eliminate early voting in the three days ahead of the election this year, at least for people most likely to vote for President Obama. Ohio Republicans were busy Read more...
From NetrootsNationVideo and their channel on You Tube: Darcy Burner gives a keynote at the Friday mid day plenary, "2012 and the War on (and for) Women" Netroots Nation 2012 in Providence, Rhode Island. Here's more from their recap on Read more...

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I'm not sure what impact this had on the recall election this Tuesday night in Wisconsin, but I agree with state Sen. Lena Taylor that those responsible ought to be held to account for this voter suppression tactic. Maybe if we had a few more people Read more...