A recent study shows how pro-voting policies and an efficient U.S. Postal Service leads to higher turnout in U.S. elections.
Black voters in Georgia are taking the state’s congressional map to trial, arguing it violates Section 2 of the Voting Rights Act.
From relatively minor institutional changes to large-scale structural overhauls, here are the leading federal judiciary ref
Republicans gerrymandered away Florida’s 5th District — and with it three decades of Black representation.
Republicans used omnibus bills to further suppress the vote this session. Here’s what the bills do and where they stand in litigation.
Multiple Indictments and disbarments signal long-awaited accountability for Republicans who subverted U.S. elections.
Elected officials, experts, activists and litigants react to the diverging decisions from the recent SCOTUS term.
A new report highlights the diversity shortcomings of state Supreme Courts nationwide.
From catch-all voter suppression bills to hostile local government takeovers, these Republican-enacted bills are emblematic of the party’s increasingly antagonistic stance toward voting.
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