In the end, if there is one outcome that is undeniable about the midterm elections, it is that election deniers lost. But what about next time?
If democracy prevails for another two years, it will be because of days like Nov. 3, 2022.
The cost of election vigilantism to our democracy is incalculable. Every time the “Big Lie” grows, the truth loses.
The Republican Party has abandoned decency and respect, choosing instead to break our fragile electoral system for political gain.
Stymied at the ballot box, Republicans are now turning to courts directly to undo voter protections and enable election subversion.
This year, Republicans are changing their playbook, proactively filing more anti-voting lawsuits than recent years.
Standing before Independence Hall in Philadelphia, President Joe Biden captured the immediacy of the threat facing our country this November.
While we cannot count on election deniers to moderate their GOP-controlled state legislatures, we shouldn’t count on voter suppressors like Gov. Brian Kemp (R) either.
Republican leaders of the anti-voting movement recently held a “gourmet dinner” at an “undisclosed location” to discuss my voting rights litigation.
If Congress wants a bill worth passing, it needs to solve the problem of election-denying governors who refuse to accurately certify election results. If Republicans won’t agree to that, then perhaps it was a trap all along.