The Constitution refers to “the right to vote,” and courts and state constitutions agree: It belongs to all Americans.
Kentucky’s law benefitted from compromise and common sense. Here’s how I helped and what Joe Biden could learn from my experience.
Every ten years legislatures across the country redraw the boundaries of both state and congressional districts, and they typically do so in a way that protects incumbents and the majority party from real political competition. Democrats and Republicans both play this game, in essence choosing their constituents by drawing the lines to favor themselves and… Read more »