Each time the far-left cries “racism” at a state’s attempt to protect voter integrity by enacting voter ID laws, it should be shown this photo of a world-renowned black leader enthusiastically supporting that very thing. The cry seems to be more pronounced with the Obama administration. In August, Eric Holder’s Justice Department filed a lawsuit against Texas, claiming its voter ID law was racist and violated the 14th and 15th [...]
“If voter ID was intended to suppress votes, it is failing as spectacularly as HealthCare.gov” – FARK As we have said that Voter ID laws do not suppress minority votes as evidence by the Georgia elections where more minorities voted then ever before after Voter ID was implemented. Seems the same is the case in Texas. (CNN) – For weeks leading up to the 2013 off-year elections, prominent Texas Democrats directly [...]
A number of polls have been released in the past few days that continue to show the presidential race to be very close. What’s worth discussing at this point is the difference between polls that measure registered voters (RV) and those that have switched over to likely voter (LV) models. There’s a terrific article by Mark Blumenthal of HuffPost/Pollster that discusses this issue and he comes to some interesting, and [...]
Of course you probably won’t hear an apology or retraction on the network’s programming, but PolitiFact.com has determined that MSNBC’s Chris Matthews was in error when the Hardball host claimed on his June 4 program that a new Florida law — which has been on hold by a federal judge — made it utterly impossible for voter registration drives to sign up new voters over weekends. The law requires voter [...]
South Carolina Primary Election Results – June 12, 2012 2012 Primary Results Results by County Counties Reporting Voter Turnout Download full election reports 2012 Republican and Democratic Primaries Election via SCVotes.org | South Carolina’s Voter Information Resource.
The Obama re-election campaign has quietly opened a counteroffensive against Republican-backed changes to election laws that Democrats say will suppress votes for their candidates and limit their get-out-the-vote drives. The effort, led by former White House counsel Robert Bauer, prompted the suspension of an Ohio law limiting early voting. Campaign officials produced educational materials to counter a Wisconsin law that requires voters to produce photo I.D.s—but disallows those used by [...]
NBC News/Wall Street Journal Poll conducted by the polling organizations of Peter Hart (D) and Bill McInturff (R). July 14-17, 2011. N=1,000 adults nationwide. Results below are among registered voters, except where indicated. “If President Obama runs for reelection in the year 2012, do you think you will probably vote for President Obama or probably vote for the Republican candidate?” Obama Republican Another party (vol.) Depends (vol.) [...]