Legislation to make rights restoration automatic remains pending in the legislature.
70 percent of black voters in North Carolina cast their ballots early in 2008 and 2012.
Even Matt Bevin, the incoming Tea Party governor, supports rights restoration.
There simply isn’t a good case to be made against the policy.
Normally, individual endorsements don’t matter that much. This one does.
Apparently seniors can’t be trusted with the ballot, guys.
The lengths he’s going to maintain an inefficient and illegal system are astounding.
He claimed automatic voter registration expands opportunities for fraud. It doesn’t.
Kris Kobach really, really, really doesn’t like voter registration, guys.
Automatic voter registration doesn’t require a Constitutional amendment. That doesn’t mean we don’t need one.
Better 22 years late than never, I guess.
Ben Carson doesn’t even pretend to understand how electoral institutions affect electoral outcomes.
In an otherwise-successful debate, one of the most important issues went without mention.