Executive Director for One Wisconsin Now, Scot Ross, discusses the hurdles voters are facing this campaign season.
The Wisconsin primary will be the first big test of the state's controversial voter ID law. Scot Ross, Executive Director of Wisconsin Now, joins Al Sharpton to discuss.
Mike Browne, Deputy Director of One Wisconsin Now and the Institute sat down with Al Jazeera to discuss Gov. Scott Walker’s and the GOP’s attacks on the right to vote in Wisconsin.
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker is in a close race with his Democratic challenger Mary Burke. Yet his primary concern seems to be on voter ID requirements in the state. One Wisconsin Now Executive Director Scot Ross joins the Melissa Harris-Perry panel to discuss why.
Scot Ross, executive director of One Wisconsin Now, joins The Reid Report to discuss efforts in Wisconsin by Republicans to put a stop to early voting.
Governor Walker has access to an ungodly amount of money. His campaign co-chair runs the $500 million right wing funding Bradley foundation. His largest donor is the wealthiest woman in Wisconsin.
Melissa Harris-Perry talks to Mike Browne, the Deputy Director of One Wisconsin Now, about one state assembly representative’s attempt to prevent workers who are unable to cast a vote during normal workday hours from voting.
Scot Ross, Ohio State Sen. Nina Turner, and Judith Browne Dianis join Melissa Harris-Perry to discuss the continued need for the fight for voting rights, especially after seeing legislation pass.
Voting is not only our right; it is our duty. It is how we have a say in the direction of our community, our state and our country. Voting is the one time everyone is equal. Young or old, rich or poor, on Election Day everyone gets the same say.
Thanks to reporting done by The Grio's Joy Reid and the advocacy organization One Wisconsin Now, Melissa Harris-Perry is able to name names for 'This Week In Voter Suppression” in exposing the foundation behind billboards that splashed false information on voter fraud.
When Scot Ross heard about more than a dozen billboards going up in largely minority neighborhoods around Cleveland, Ohio, bearing ominous images of the legal penalties for voter fraud, the story had a familiar ring.
Scot Ross of "One Wisconsin Now" joins Melissa Harris-Perry and her guests to dig into the details on the Bradley Foundation, what is called the "big granddaddy of political money that no one knows about."
One Wisconsin Now Executive Director Scot Ross appeared on Fox News Live to fight back against voter intimidation.
A federal commission on “election integrity”, announced with much fanfare by Donald Trump in 2017, was disbanded on Wednesday.
Top Republicans have called on the administrators of the agencies responsible for campaign finance and ethics to resign.
A federal judge in July 2016 struck down certain restrictions on early voting hours and locations in the One Wisconsin Institute v. Thomsen case.
A public hearing on Assembly Bill 637 today underscores serious flaws in the proposal that put it at odds with a federal court decision protecting early voting.
Nelson commented that midtown was on the places with an early voting site in Milwaukee. This came about due to One Wisconsin Institute v. Thomsen.
Tom Barrett joined One Wisconsin Institute in announcing the city approved funds for eight places where Milwaukee resident can vote absentee in person.
Voting rights advocates are celebrating passage of a budget provision adding early voting sites in the City of Milwaukee.
The head of the Wisconsin Election Commission agreed that the state’s strict voter ID law targeted specific communities.
Supreme Court gerrymandering case focusing on Wisconsin raises the issue of defending voting rights against voter suppression. Joy Reid and her panel discuss.
A new study surveyed registered non-voters in last year’s general election and found thousands of people were denied their basic right to vote.
Later on the witness stand in a lawsuit brought by One Wisconsin Now challenging the voter ID law, Albaugh described the tension in closed door caucus.
Thousands of legal voters in Wisconsin were prevented from casting a ballot in the November 2016 election because of the state’s strict voter ID law.
Scott Walker’s decades-long record of undermining social justice and attacking the rights of people of color is appalling.
Scott Walker’s record on attacking the voting rights of people of color for political gain is unconstitutional and the definition of racism.
“Throughout his tenure as a top Republican Party insider, Reince Priebus has been intimately involved in despicable efforts to silence the voices of legal voters.”
Scot Ross, Executive Director of One Wisconsin Institute released the following statements regarding the first meeting of Donald Trump’s voter suppression committee.
We’re owed answers about these serious allegation about meddling with the election in Wisconsin from the governor of Wisconsin.
If You Love American Democracy, What Scott Walker Has Done to Elections in Wisconsin Will Break Your Heart.
In Wisconsin, liberals were quick to pounce. One Wisconsin Now called on Gov. Scott Walker to, in their words, protect Wisconsin voters' privacy from Donald Trump.
As outrage over Donald Trump's gang's request for personal voting information spreads, Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker continues to dodge the issue.
One Wisconsin Now [said] Trump can't be trusted with voter data since the FBI is investigating potential coordination between his campaign and Russia.
“There is no way Donald Trump and his cabal can be trusted with one single voter’s sensitive, personal information.”
Jason Kander joined with Wisconsin voting rights activists to discuss how critical it is, now more than ever, to protect voting rights.
The liberal group One Wisconsin Now accused Republicans of pursuing appeals for their own self-interest, not to serve the cause of electoral fairness.
"Wisconsin Republicans have put their own political interests before everything else with their manipulation of the rules on voting."
Wisconsin GOP Pursuit of Political Power and Unfair Partisan Advantage ‘Undermines the Integrity of Our Elections and Shakes the Foundations of Our Democracy’
The real electoral fraud is partisan politicians manipulating the rules on voting to gain an unfair partisan advantage.
Voter turnout has increased since a federal court ruling in the One Wisconsin Institute case in July 2016 lifted a state prohibition on municipalities offering more than one location for in-person absentee...
A three judge panel today heard oral arguments in appeals of the federal voting rights case One Wisconsin Institute, et. al. v. Thomsen, et. al.
We’re asking you to make sure you cast your ballot. But we’re also asking you to make an extra effort and reach out to three more people to make sure they make their voices heard.
Donald Trump is reported to be issuing an order today calling for an investigation into his allegations of voting impropriety in the 2016 November election.
The only fraud in our elections are partisan politicians like Donald Trump and Gov. Scott Walker manipulating the voting laws for political gain.
Today we honor Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s legacy by continuing the fight to secure the rights of all Americans to make their voices heard in our elections.
Frank v. Walker as well as One Wisconsin Institute, Inc., et al. v. Mark Thomsen, et al., both cases that contest Wisconsin’s photo-ID laws.
Wisconsin saw record-high early voting numbers in the presidential election, made possible by a lawsuit filed by the liberal group One Wisconsin Institute.
Republicans have shown they have no qualms about disenfranchising voters or dismantling anti-corruption laws as they rig rules to try to keep their grip on power.
Scott Walker is defending his rigging of rules on voting to give himself and Republicans an unfair partisan advantage by making false assertions about voter ID.
Allowing Scott Walker to spread misinformation about the impact of the voter ID law undermines the integrity of our elections.
Regardless of what Donald Trump tweets, we proved in court the real fraud is GOP politicians rigging the system by changing the rules for their partisan gain.
Jenni Dye said the number of voters who had to cast provisional ballots because they lacked an ID is “really just the tip of the iceberg”
According to One Wisconsin Now, he may have been planning to collude in voter suppression in Wisconsin in 2010.
Scot Ross of the liberal One Wisconsin Institute, says restrictive voting laws could have turned the state red for the first time in 32 years of presidential elections.
Recent reports are suggesting Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach is among the leading contenders for Attorney General in the administration of Donald Trump.
Analiese Eicher, program and development director for One Wisconsin Institute, said the voter ID law had an impact on voter turnout.
Donald Trump’s tapping of a leading figure in the “alt-right” movement to a top position in his administration has raised alarms across the political spectrum.
In ruling on a lawsuit brought by One Wisconsin Institute a judge found the state’s process for providing IDs to people who don’t have birth certificates violates voting rights.
One Wisconsin Institute was a plaintiff in the case that overturned the state’s early voting restrictions.
The early voting numbers send a clear message to state lawmakers and local election administrators – voters have embraced early voting and they should too.