As we head toward 2024, Democrats across the country need to strategize to engage and uplift rural voters so that we see more results like what we just saw in Wisconsin.
Many of the states that make it hardest to vote are home to the legislatures that are the least likely to make improvements.
My guiding principle is simple: The public deserves to understand the operations and decisions of its Court.
The outcome in each of these cases is likely to be bad for proponents of redistricting reform. The only question that remains to be answered is: how bad?
A national survey conducted by RUN (Represent Us Now) AAPI found that campaigns did not reach 68% of young Asian Americans leading up to the 2022 midterms.
We have to be willing to look beyond the ballot and see people for who they are and what they really need.
Congress’ failure to invest even the bare minimum in our democracy will have a ripple effect throughout the next several election cycles, at least.
The clearest lesson from 2022 is to start today and invest in long-term engagement with Latino voters.
State courts across the country stepped up to protect voters and the integrity of our electoral system. But now those courts are under attack.
While we continue to face unprecedented threats to our democracy, young voters not only stood up for themselves — they also protected democracy.