Who Are the People Voting for the First Time in 2020?
The Best Way for the Latino Community to Respond to El Paso: Vote
Michigan Republicans: The First Amendment Protects Our Right to Gerrymander
California Passes Law Requiring Presidential Candidates to Release Tax Returns to Get on the Ballot
The Most Important Lesson the Supreme Court’s Liberals Can Take From John Paul Stevens
What Really Happened With West Virginia’s Blockchain Voting Experiment?
Elena Kagan Wrote a Powerful Condemnation of the Court’s Gerrymandering Decision
Trump Says “Probably Not” Prepared to Lose in 2020, Doesn’t Believe He Lost Popular Vote
The U.S. Census Is the Next Frontier of Modern Gerrymandering
There’s Bipartisan Support for Election Security. Mitch McConnell Won’t Let It Happen.
Despite Righteous Anger Online, Millennial Turnout Doubled in the 2018 Election
Florida’s Election Systems Got Hacked. The Government Says You Should Want the Details to Stay Secret.
Lower Courts Are Lobbying SCOTUS to Rein In Partisan Gerrymandering
Florida’s Republican Legislature Votes to Nullify Popular Ballot Initiative Enfranchising Former Felons
Trying to Restore the Vote to Prisoners Hurts More Than It Helps
Is Voter Disenfranchisement Necessarily Unjust?
Bibi’s Biggest Asset Heading Into the Israeli Elections Is Donald Trump
Florida Republicans Are Sabotaging a Constitutional Amendment That Gave Felons the Right to Vote
16-Year-Olds Can Drive, Pay Taxes, and Be Tried as Adults. Should They Have the Right to Vote?
Michigan’s GOP Is Stripping Power From the State’s Voters