Voter suppression efforts across the country have led to confusion over what is needed to cast a vote in many states. Rev. Al Sharpton explains what his National Action Network is doing to clear up the confusion. watch
Mitt Romney knows that closing the gender gap is key to his election chances, and he's pulling out all the stops to woo women voters. But after drawing negative attention at Tuesday's debate with his "binders full of women" comment, he's letting other people do the talking now. read more
Tagg Romney said during a radio interview on the Bill LuMaye show Wednesday that he wanted to "take a swing" at President Obama during Tuesday's debate.
Here's how the conversation went:
LuMaye: What is it like for you to hear the president of the United States call your dad a liar? How do you react to that? read more
As we've reported on extensively on PoliticsNation, there has been an unprecedented wave of voter suppression laws passed across the country since Republicans took control of many state legislatures in 2010. Fortunately, in the last few weeks and months we have seen many of these laws blocked by the courts, from restrictions on Ohio early... read more
A billboard telling Spanish-speaking voters I.D. is required on election day is adding to confusion over the law in Pennsylvania. Pennsylvania isn’t the only state seeing billboards and other forms of voter intimidation. Rev. Al Sharpton explains. watch
The right-wing is unhappy with how Tuesday’s debate turned out, and is blaming the questions, the moderator, and the time given to each candidate for Mitt Romney’s performance. Radio host Joe Madison and Maria Teresa Kumar, President of Voto Latino... watch
When asked how he would fix inequality in the work place, Mitt Romney responded with a story about his time as governor that ended with him describing using “binders full of women” during a hiring process. What does this say about his attitude towards... watch
Mitt Romney’s “binders full of women” comment has taken the internet by storm. Rev. Al Sharpton shares a few examples that are getting big laughs, but hints that the attitude is no laughing matter. watch
During Tuesday’s presidential debate, a voter asked Mitt Romney which deductions he would target to pay for his tax cut. Romney once again didn’t answer with an specifics from the plan. Rick Stengel of TIME Magazine talks with Rev. Al Sharpton about... watch
President Obama had a much stronger showing in the second debate and challenged Mitt Romney’s version of facts. Former Governor Ed Rendell and Ana Marie Cox of The Guardian discuss if Obama’s performance will have an impact on the race. watch
Tuesday night's debate certainly met expectations for being a more spirited battle. Both candidates fought hard, and there were many memorable moments, but the line that seems most memorable today is Mitt Romney's "binders full of women." read more
President Obama and Mitt Romney will face off in their second debate. After a lackluster performance at the first debate, what does Obama need to do to win? Former Vermont Governor Howard Dean talks with Rev. Al Sharpton about what to expect from the... watch
In a battle over big ideas, it’s the little things that can have the most impact on a campaign. Erin McPike of Real Clear Politics and Dana Milbank of the Washington Post discuss pass presidential debate moments, and what those moments carry to the polls. watch
Since his 2011 MSNBC premiere, Reverend Al Sharpton has led a lively and informed discussion each night. With over 40 years of experience as a community leader, politician, minister and advocate, Sharpton shares his take on the top headlines of the day in his signature style. He also connects with viewers in his nightly ‘Reply Al’ segment where he answers viewer questions and concerns.