Congressional candidates -- Political activity, Korean Americans -- Political activity, Korean Americans -- Elections, Refugees, Electioneering, Political campaigns, National defense, and Voter registration
On a March evening, at a meet-and-greet in a spacious, well-appointed Northern Virginia home, GOP congressional candidate Suzanne Scholte did something that not many politicians--Democratic or Republican--are likely to do [...]
United States. Synthetic Fuels Corp. -- Finance, United States. Congress -- Social policy, United States. Department of the Treasury -- Finance, United States. Head Start Bureau -- Finance, United States. Department of Housing and Urban Development -- Finance, Federal aid to transportation, Wiretapping, and Voter registration
National Journal. Sept 23, 2006, Vol. 38 Issue 38, p91, 2 p.
Republican Party (United States) -- Elections, Democratic Party (United States) -- Elections, Voter registration, and Election law
The voter ID rules have become a last-minute wedge issue between the Democrats and Republicans in the 2006-midterm elections for control of Congress. Republicans pushed a bill requiring individuals to show photo IDs to vote in federal elections while Democrats charge that the GOPs goal is to disenfranchise the elderly, the poor, or otherwise disadvantaged groups that are most likely to vote the Democrats.