The group says it needs access to the forms to follow up with people and ensure they can vote in the 2018 midterms.
Edmund Zagorski said he did "not want to be subjected to the torture" of lethal injection.
The victim said he and his friends had been chased with fake chainsaws and other prop weapons before being handed the blade.
Within 24 hours after Taylor Swift went public with her political views, voter registration surged.
The state of Tennessee, where the singer is registered to vote herself, also saw a large spike in sign-ups.
Many conservatives are mad at the singer for endorsing a Democrat in Tennessee's Senate race.
The pop star castigated the GOP Senate candidate in Tennessee. A predictable backlash followed, including from Donald Trump.
"In the past I’ve been reluctant to publicly voice my political opinions, but due to several events in my life and in the world I feel differently about that now,” Swift wrote.
The President is holding five rallies in eight days across the country in a desperate bid to fire up his base ahead of the midterms.
The musicians were at an event for U.S. Senate candidate Phil Bredesen in Nashville.
Justice says the U.S. is "accepting barbarism" as the execution of Billy Ray Irick is allowed to go forward.
Rep. Steve Cohen said he was joking, and doesn’t wish Rep. Marsha Blackburn any harm.
Because there were “just as many weapons” 20 years ago, yet gun violence is up, says Rep. Diane Black. What?
More than 150 years after the Civil War, the governor has ensured wounds of oppression here will continue to fester.
Becky and Jessa's romantic moment at the Memphis Zoo didn't go quite as planned -- but no matter!
"I think that is a big part" of the spike in such attacks, Rep. Diane Black asserts.
The man who jumped into action during the shooting at a Waffle House in Antioch, Tennessee is continuing to support victims’ families.
A gunman armed with an AR-15 killed four people in the location on Sunday.
The state Senate voted for the legislation that still needs to be approved in the state House.
Tennessee lawmakers presented James Shaw Jr. with a resolution that calls him "a hero twice over."