Roland Martin talks with Judith Browne Dianis of the Advancement Project about the Pennsylvania court’s decision to deny a change in the states voter identification law. For more information visit http://www.nielsen.com/africanamerican
Source: The Huffington Post In a potentially significant victory for Democrats, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court vacated a lower court’s decision to uphold the states’s restrictive new voter ID law on Tuesday, and asked the judge to consider enjoining it instead. The law, passed by a Republican legislature and governor, requires voters to have specific, state-issued [...]
Source: Dan Froomkin / The Huffington Post The legal team fighting Pennsylvania’s restrictive new voter identification law asked the state’s Supreme Court on Thursday to at least postpone until after November the measure that could disenfranchise tens of thousands of voters, many of them minorities. “There’s too little time, there’s too many people affected and [...]
The Daily ShowGet More: Daily Show Full Episodes,Political Humor & Satire Blog,The Daily Show on Facebook Source: The Huffington Post On Thursday night’s “Daily Show,” Jon Stewart had a bone to pick with the Pennsylvania lawmakers who are passing restrictive voter ID laws in the state just in time for election season. The problem isn’t so much [...]
Visit NBCNews.com for breaking news, world news, and news about the economy Source: Zachary Roth / MSNBC Since Wednesday’s court ruling, Pennsylvania’ controversial voter ID law, which could disenfranchise hundreds of thousands of predominantly Democratic voters, now looks more likely than not to be in place on Election Day. So Thursday night, The Ed Show looked at what [...]
Roland Martin talks with Pennsylvania State Senator Vincent Hughes about a Pennsylvania judge upholds Pennsylvania’s controversial voter I.D. Law and ways to obtain the proper identification before the November election. Subscribe to the Roland S. Martin Daily Podcast via iTunes.
Roland Martin, John Avlon, Reihan Salam, and CNN’s Ashleigh Banfield discuss Ohio’s Secretary of State ordering that voting hours be the same across the state. Plus, a judge upholds Pennsylvania’s voter I.D. law.