Voter Suppression News
Cokie Roberts on the Voter Fraud and the Future of the Republican Party
ABC News' Cokie Roberts talks about voter fraud and the future of the Republican party.
In VA Town Home to VP Debate, A Long and Storied Civil Rights Tradition
ABC News' Charli James is on a walking tour of Farmville, VA, site of the 2016 Vice Presidential Debate, discussing the town's long history of civil rights activism.
Trump Gets SNL Treatment, His Controversial Comments At Pennsylvania Rally
Donald Trump pulls out all the stops and unleashes a new contentious plea to help get more votes.
Controversial North Carolina Voter ID Law Struck Down by Federal Appeals Court
With just 101 days until Election Day, a federal appeals court struck down key parts of North Carolina’s controversial voter ID law, saying “we can only conclude that the North Carolina General Assembly enacted the challenged provisions of the law with discriminatory intent.” “We cannot ignore the
Eric Holder Speaks at the DNC: 'Already Great Nation'
Former U.S. Attorney General describes Hillary Clinton's skill, strength and commitment to reform.
Inside the Purge of Tens of Thousands of Ohio Voters
Chad McCullough, 44, was born in Ohio and has lived in Butler County for about nine or 10 years, he says. Last November, McCullough and his wife made their way to the local polling station in southwest Ohio to cast their ballots. But as he attempted to exercise his right to participate in the
Virginia Governor Says Restoring Rights to Felons 'Wasn't Politics'
The Virginia governor and former DNC chair talks about his executive action which makes more than 200,000 felons eligible to vote.
Climate Change, Tax Pledge Among Issues to Watch for 2016 (POLL)
Two issue positions show potential to carry unexpected clout in the 2016 presidential election -- support for action to address climate change and opposition to a no-tax pledge, a new ABC News/ Washington Post poll finds. Openness to political compromise also has the support, and the priority, to
Did the President Bungle Ferguson Response?
The "This Week" powerhouse roundtable examines President Obama's comments in the wake of the unrest in Ferguson, and take a look at which potential 2016 candidates are speaking out.