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.
Protecting our right to vote and our democracy itself depends on flipping just a handful of pivotal seats in state legislatures.
Standing before Independence Hall in Philadelphia, President Joe Biden captured the immediacy of the threat facing our country this November.
Even though sheriffs are prohibited from interfering in elections, there is a long and terrible history of sheriffs preventing Black citizens from voting.
While we cannot count on election deniers to moderate their GOP-controlled state legislatures, we shouldn’t count on voter suppressors like Gov. Brian Kemp (R) either.
Republican leaders of the anti-voting movement recently held a “gourmet dinner” at an “undisclosed location” to discuss my voting rights litigation.