With the midterms rapidly approaching, voters across the country are registering at record-setting numbers. A record 800,000 people registered on this year’s September 25 National Voter Registration Day, surpassing the number of registrants from. In 2014, the last midterm election year, only 154,500 people registered on National Voter Registration Day. In the last six months,… Continue »

On June 18, a federal judge rebuked anti-immigrant researcher Steven Camarota as an expert witness in a voting rights case. Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach had hired Camarota, who is Director of Research at the hate group Center for Immigration Studies (CIS), to see if a requirement to provide documentary proof of citizenship (DPOC)… Continue »

America’s Voice has long known Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach as an anti-immigrant extremist bent on terrorizing immigrant families. But this week, Kobach was in court over a federal voting rights case brought on by the ACLU, and he hasn’t been doing well. Kobach, in an unusual move, is representing himself in the case,… Continue »

Today is National Voter Registration Day. While a broad coalition is working to get people registered to vote, a rash of state laws have been passed to inhibit that process. La Opinión editorializes about those new restrictive state voting laws — and gets to the crux of their purpose. The intent is not to protect the… Continue »

Election 2012 is not for another three months, but already, an existential struggle over state voter ID laws is brewing—one that could help decide who wins the White House and determine who is allowed to participate in American politics. On one side stands groups like Mi Familia Vota and Voto Latino, which are busy registering… Continue »

Check out this Huffington Post article on Kris Kobach’s latest screed over immigration and voting rights: The author of Arizona’s controversial immigration law accused the U.S. Justice Department of going after conservative states during an appearance on a talk radio show in Wichita, Kan. Monday morning. Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach (R) used an… Continue »