Simply put, election officials cannot boost confidence in our elections without the proper resources.
By enacting bills aimed at local prosecutors, these states are stripping communities of their right to self-determination.
Never mind “Don’t mess with Texas.” Don’t mess with Gen-Z’s political empowerment in Texas and don’t tread on us.
On April 20, a leading voice in conservative politics said the quiet part out loud: Republicans should make it harder for young people to vote.
Our generation is disproportionately affected by gun violence, and though we bear the heaviest burden, our voices are often silenced the most.
At the heart of the latest democracy fight in Ohio is Senate Joint Resolution 2, which passed out of the Legislature yesterday.
Over recent years, Republicans in Texas have led the charge to crackdown on alleged voter fraud while touting unfounded claims of rampant illegal voting.
Proper election infrastructure investment could have prevented the 2022 ballot fiasco in Luzerne County, Pennsylvania.
The names of the states change, but the results are the same: voting for minorities and young voters becomes harder and elections become less free and fair.
In February of this year, the newly elected top executive for Tarrant County, Texas — which includes Fort Worth — Tim O’Hare announced the creation of an “election task force.”