Pennsylvania is in a constitutional crisis as three counties continue to delay the accurate results of a primary election held nearly six weeks ago.
When I was appointed Harris County Clerk in 2020, my focus wasn’t politics. It was problem-solving.
The least surprising revelation of this week’s Jan. 6 hearings is that Rudy Giuliani was in the White House on election night in 2020 offering drunken advice to Donald Trump.
The youngest, most diverse generation in American history turned out in record numbers for the 2020 presidential election, proving young Americans’ power to shape our country’s future from statehouses to the White House.
We are one or two elections away from potentially losing our democracy for a generation or more. We have the ability to stop that from happening. But only if we all act together.
It should come as no surprise that Republicans in states across the country are already applying Trump’s 2020 blueprint to 2022 and 2024.
Used as a tool to silence communities and strip them of their power, felony disenfranchisement has no place in our democracy.
As November inches closer, the midterm elections will be the center of attention, and it’s important to remember that young people have power.
With the ongoing attacks on the integrity of our elections and on democracy itself, there is simply too much at stake to remain on the sidelines. That’s why I’m in this fight.
A month before the 2020 election, Republican Sen. Mike Lee (R-Utah) tweeted, “Democracy isn’t the objective; liberty, peace, and prospefity [sic] are. We want the human condition to flourish. Rank democracy can thwart that.”