Ever since she lost her election for Arizona governor, Kari Lake has become deeply concerned with, of all things, voter suppression.
With votes counted and most contests decided, we can decisively call this election a win for democracy.
In the end, if there is one outcome that is undeniable about the midterm elections, it is that election deniers lost. But what about next time?
If democracy prevails for another two years, it will be because of days like Nov. 3, 2022.
The cost of election vigilantism to our democracy is incalculable. Every time the “Big Lie” grows, the truth loses.
Americans are justifiably skeptical that they can have elected officials who truly work for them.
We passed legislation to ensure it doesn’t happen again.
Young people are constantly told that if we just turn out to vote, we will change the country. Since 2018, we have done just that.
Florida and democracy are in the headlines again. This time, it’s because the state government arrested dozens of Florida citizens for voting in August.
This year, Republicans are changing their playbook, proactively filing more anti-voting lawsuits than recent years.
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