Although hand counting ballots might seem like a straightforward enough enterprise, the issue is that it really isn’t.
Now, failing to prove voter fraud, constitutional sheriffs argue an alternative — and equally false — theory.
Let’s be clear: election denialism is a threat to all of us, an attempt to ignore our voices at the ballot box and disenfranchise voters.
If we want to get nonvoters engaged, we need to find a way to help them feel connected to politics.
Something has gone tragically wrong in the GOP and in the legal profession. At this pace, CPAC will need to hold its next convention in a prison yard.
Ohioans sent a clear message to elected officials that blatant attempts to consolidate power and thwart the will of the people is not good politics.
Though the indictments only charge Trump with conspiring to illegally overturn the results after Election Day, the reality is that he started much earlier.
The progressive ideal would be to ensure that every vacancy — and there are still over 80 of them — is not just filled, but filled with more movement lawyers.
To fully understand how the measure process has been manipulated in recent years, we examined how legislators have tried to change the process.
When the gun lobby loses to democratic will, sheriffs take up the mantle by making a disreputable and debunked legalistic argument.