Justice Kennedy Still Won’t Rule on Gerrymandering
Wow, the Supreme Court Actually Made a Good Decision on Election Law
Sonia Sotomayor’s Dissent in the Big Voter-Purge Case Points to How the Law Might Still Be Struck Down
Rudy Giuliani May Have Just Implicated President Trump In Serious Campaign Finance Violations
Scalia’s Legacy Is Stronger Than Ever
The Supreme Court Is Reconsidering Campaigning at the Ballot Box. Justice Scalia Got It Right the First Time.
The Campaign Finance Loophole That Could Make the Next Russian Attack Perfectly Legal
Donald Trump Will Supercharge Voter Suppression if the RNC Consent Decree Falls This Week
Donald Trump Jr.’s Free Speech Defense Is As Bogus As It Sounds
Donald Trump’s Voter Fraud Commission Is Itself an Enormous Fraud
The Supreme Court’s Conservatives May Have Found an Excuse to Uphold Trump’s Travel Ban
North Carolina’s New Governor Has the Power to Strengthen Voting Rights—if He Moves Fast
Here’s What a Trump Voter Fraud Investigation That’s Actually Investigating Voter Fraud Would Look Like
Donald’s Trumped-Up Nevada Lawsuit Is a Fitting End to a Hateful Campaign
A Court Has Gotten the Trump Campaign to Promise Not to Intimidate Voters on Election Day. That’s Huge.
It Would Be Literally Insane to Try to Steal an Election in the Way Trump Is Alleging
What Happens if Trump Drops Out? Republicans Have a Hail Mary.
Hurricane Matthew Could Have Devastating Consequences for the Election
One Court Might Have Just Revived the Voting Rights Act. At Least in Texas.
The Real Reason Why Judges Should Keep Quiet About Elections