News and Features
Peter Dreier and John Atlas explain the ACORN controversy, and explore the Republican rationale for keeping it in the news.
Rachel Maddow talks to Robert Kennedy Jr. about the systematic purging of voters off of the rolls nationwide, and what you can do about it.
A close look at dirty tricks in key swing states.
Pieces of Karl Rove's plan to suppress the votes of students, minorities, the transient and the elderly are still in place--and could threaten any races that are remotely close.
In recent weeks, the McCain campaign has been claiming ACORN knowingly participated in 'voter fraud.' In reality, this is a calculated attempt by the GOP to suppress the vote.
In state after state, the number of new voters has swelled like never before. They're mostly under 30 and solidly backing Barack Obama.
The feisty comedian tells Keith Olbermann why young Jewish voters should convince their grandparents to back Obama in Florida.
The Obama campaign's below-the-radar use of the web to register new voters could change the game for Democrats and Republicans.
Young people are registering in record numbers. Can they make it to the polls? Plus, Robert Fisk on Obama and Israel
The Simpsons character encounters a corrupted electronic voting machine: 'This doesn't happen in America! Maybe in Ohio, but not in America!'