Politics & Government

September 24, 2012 7:20 AM

Voter ID fights continue in presidential battleground states

Six weeks before Election Day, states across the country are still wrestling over new voting laws. In Pennsylvania, the state Supreme Court has thrown a tough new voter ID law back to a lower court. In Wisconsin, two state courts have blocked a similar law.

Related content

Comments

Videos

More Videos

Carly Fiorina sings during VP announcement 00:36

Carly Fiorina sings during VP announcement

Ted Cruz announces Carly Fiorina as VP running mate 02:31

Ted Cruz announces Carly Fiorina as VP running mate

Will Carly Fiorina help Ted Cruz win the Republican nomination? 01:30

Will Carly Fiorina help Ted Cruz win the Republican nomination?

Meet the cat running for president 02:34

Meet the cat running for president

Can Cruz + Kasich really stop Trump? 01:24

Can Cruz + Kasich really stop Trump?

The behind-the-scenes battle for the Republican nomination 02:01

The behind-the-scenes battle for the Republican nomination

Is Trump falling apart as he nears the finish line? 01:53

Is Trump falling apart as he nears the finish line?

Clinton and Sanders clash again, just days before the high-stakes primary in New York 02:42

Clinton and Sanders clash again, just days before the high-stakes primary in New York

Paul Ryan won't even accept the GOP nomination for president 03:04

Paul Ryan won't even accept the GOP nomination for president

Hillary Clinton and NYC mayor criticized for joke with racial overtones 02:02

Hillary Clinton and NYC mayor criticized for joke with racial overtones

GOP voters: No new candidates should be introduced at the convention 01:52

GOP voters: No new candidates should be introduced at the convention

Why a wonky delegate rule will help Donald Trump, explained by Monty Python 01:45

Why a wonky delegate rule will help Donald Trump, explained by Monty Python

Share Video

Editor's Choice Videos