There are few more stark representations of the generation gap in American voting habits than the results of a just-released poll conducted by Public Religion Research Institute (PRRI). About half of ...
Three years later, Republicans axed the option in 2017 as part of the new voter ID law. Nilles believes the GOP ... Iowa's GOP chair, Jeff Kaufmann, feels the Democrats' concerns of disenfranchisement ...
They have been aggressively pursuing the disenfranchisement of people of color through such policies as felony disenfranchisement laws, gerrymandering and now this whole narrative about almost ...
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But turnout and voter enthusiasm, while nuanced on many levels, could still pose a considerable problem for Democrats and their traditional constituencies, especially in non-Presidential elections. ...
No one can take away from Republicans their startling victory, or the sense, demonstrated in polling data and countless interviews across the American “rust belt,” that they have been swept to power ...
Do not worry if you are a Republican and ... in effect starting a 'legal' campaign of disenfranchisement by other means; by introducing arbitrarily whatever measures that guaranteed them a lower voter ...
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But we should worry less about ... Taken together, Republicans may have an advantage here: dedication to hierarchy and a propensity to bend to authority lend themselves more readily to a cohesive ...
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Some Republicans have denounced Trump’s rhetoric ... The 2000 election in Florida forever changed American politics and kicked off a new wave of GOP-led voter disenfranchisement efforts. “Other people ...
“That decision is obviously up to each individual voter,” Sanders said ... And I think everything will work out well.” Some Democrats worry that they have seen similar movements burn then fade. Burton ...
June 14, 2016 Bernie Sanders arrives at the Capital Hilton to meet with Hillary Clinton in D.C. Matt McClain/The Washington Post “That decision is obviously up to each individual voter,” Sanders ... ...