Senate Democrats who understand the ongoing threats to democracy know that there are a few options on the table, but they all require one course of action: filibuster reform. Today, we review what those changes could look like.
In today’s piece, we explain what the New York City law actually does, outline the status of non-citizen voting laws in other parts of the country and dive into the implications for democracy and representation.
In today’s piece, we explain how we reached the point where a state may need to enact its own voting rights act and break down how Virginia’s landmark law protects voters — an important lesson for other states.
Today, we look at the history of felony disenfranchisement laws, how they have developed over the past few decades and the legal environment surrounding them to get a better understanding of the path forward for reform.
In this piece, we walk through the steps to take these last few days before Election Day to make sure your voice gets heard. Once you figure out your own voting plan, we outline important actions to help others get out and vote.
In today’s piece, we examine the history of expanding executive power, how the Protecting Our Democracy Act reforms the balance of power in the federal government and how it fits into a larger movement to protect democracy.
In today’s Data Dive, we look at a report published by the Native American Rights Fund (NARF) which examines the systemic issues hindering the political participation of Alaskan Native and American Indian voters.
In August, the Native American Voting Rights Act was introduced in Congress. In this piece, we break down the Act and explain how key provisions tackle the unique barriers to voting faced by Native American communities.
In today’s Explainer, we’re reflecting on Congressman John Lewis powerful legacy and breaking down the landmark voting rights bill he championed — the John Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act, H.R. 4.
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