Posts Tagged ‘2016 election’

Jan
2016
29

Crow’s Test: North Carolina Voter ID Stands Trial, Will Have Sweeping Implications for 2016 Elections

Crow's Test: North Carolina Voter ID Stands Trial, Will Have Sweeping Implications for 2016 Elections
  In North Carolina, a federal case examining the constitutionality of a voter identification law passed by the state legislature began on Monday.  The law requires that a photo ID be shown in order to be eligible to vote, a requirement that is proportionally harder to meet for the elderly and minorities.  The case has [&hellip...
Oct
2015
9

New Poll Shows Low-Wage Workers Could Sway 2016 Election, $15 Minimum Wage is Winning Issue

New Poll Shows Low-Wage Workers Could Sway 2016 Election, $15 Minimum Wage is Winning Issue
  A new poll conducted by YouGov and Harris Panel shows that low income, non-union workers would be more likely to vote in the presidential election if there was a candidate who promised a $15 minimum wage and a union for fast food workers.  The study was conducted on behalf of the National Employment Law [&hellip...
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