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.
Many of the states that make it hardest to vote are home to the legislatures that are the least likely to make improvements.
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.
Congress’ failure to invest even the bare minimum in our democracy will have a ripple effect throughout the next several election cycles, at least.
North Carolina’s Republican-controlled Legislature has never been shy about abusing its power to undermine free and fair elections.
When I decided to run for Pennsylvania’s U.S. Senate seat, I knew this wouldn’t be a typical campaign.
I am thrilled to now support the Electoral Count Reform Act and urge both chambers of Congress to pass it as soon as possible.
Election deniers lost several high-profile races in the midterms and Democrats performed better than expected, but democracy remains in jeopardy.