Voter suppression is the weapon of a minority party intent on sustaining its power.
Democrats on Friday said the hotline has already intervened in “dozens” of voting issues, while also providing general election information to voters.
Kemp isn’t a passive secretary of state. A proud right-wing hardliner, he is notorious for trying to find ways to suppress the vote.
Voters can call the 24-hour hotline at 833-VOTER18 (833-868-3718). The service is also available in Spanish.
In one of the most crowded mayoral fields we have seen in recent years, Wilson is trying to separate himself from the pack with his personal fortune.
Getting Illinois out of Crosscheck would be step toward more accurate elections. We hope the state finds a way to do so soon.
The idea of a democratic government is one that rests on popular support. Erecting barriers to classes of voters is as undemocratic as it gets.
Legislators should replace the new restrictions on voting with legislation that makes voting easier, not harder.
Let’s set the record straight: There is zero evidence that millions of illegal voters went to the polls in 2016.
The creation of the Electoral College by James Madison, a slave owner and shrewd politician, was all about preserving the power of slavery.
More than 110,000 voters across Illinois took advantage of Election Day registration in the March primary, half of them from Chicago and its suburbs.