Please stop calling Donald Trump’s indictment in New York a test of our democracy. It is just the latest insult he and his supporters have hurled at it.
The government doesn’t wait until the next bank failure to write its playbook. We certainly shouldn’t wait for the next crisis in our democracy, either.
If there was any doubt where Brad Raffensperger stands on voting rights, he has put it to rest. He is in lockstep with the Republican Party.
In 2016, the Arizona Legislature passed a ban on ballot collection that was aimed at decreasing electoral participation by minorities, especially among the state’s large Latino community.
My message to state Democratic leaders is simple: Use your power to expand voting rights and protect democracy.
If it is close enough, the outcome of redistricting litigation may be decisive in who holds the speaker’s gavel on Jan. 3, 2025.
North Carolina’s Republican-controlled Legislature has never been shy about abusing its power to undermine free and fair elections.
Even among vote suppressors, Wisconsin election official Robert Spindell (R) stands out for his enthusiasm for voter suppression.
The Republican Party today embraces crooks. It revels in cheating. It celebrates fraudsters.
A new report by Democracy Docket shows that much of the conventional wisdom about voting and election litigation was wrong.