In Departure From Republican Party, RNC Chair Endorses Mail-in Voting

On Tuesday, Dec. 6, Republican National Committee (RNC) Chair Ronna McDaniel spoke in favor of mail-in voting, despite her party’s repeated efforts to curtail the popular practice.

Arizona Court of Appeals Hears GOP Challenge to 1991 Mail-in Voting Law

On Wednesday, Dec. 7, three judges of the Arizona Court of Appeals heard oral argument in a case brought by the Arizona Republican Party and its chairwoman challenging the state’s no-excuse mail-in voting law.

What Happened During the U.S. Supreme Court Argument in Moore v. Harper

On Wednesday, Dec. 7, the U.S. Supreme Court heard oral argument in Moore v. Harper, a case that gives the Court the opportunity to consider the fringe independent state legislature theory.

How Republicans Target Young Voters

Republicans are passing laws restricting young voters’ ability to vote. Unfortunately, Republicans have many tools at their disposal to suppress young votes — here are some ways they make it harder for young Americans to vote.