Nation Topics - Voting
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This election has seen an outpouring of political participation on walls, abandoned buildings, scaffolding and subway trains nationwide.
More than two dozen polling places are reported close to a standstill as record numbers of voters cast ballots in this crucial swing state.
The only one way Tuesday's vote will be protected is if citizens show up at the polls with cameras, note pads, cell phones and lawyers.
Energized by Obama's candidacy, expatriate Americans are voting in record numbers this year.
Rachel Maddow thinks that astronomically long waiting lines at voting sites are another form of Jim Crow era voter suppression.
Fight the conservative bogeyman of voter fraud by supporting a system of universal voter registration.
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.