The Constitution refers to “the right to vote,” and courts and state constitutions agree: It belongs to all Americans.
Protecting the Vote
The “For the People Act” almost certainly won’t pass—and it doesn’t cover every subterfuge anyway. But there are other ways to prevent the destruction of democracy.
An interview with Georgia State Representative Park Cannon.
It’s not enough just to fight discrimination. The government needs to take affirmative steps to make voting easier.
He’s monitored more than 100 elections around the world. Now he’s taking on GOP efforts to suppress the vote in the State of Georgia and across the country.
A powerful House bill faces long odds in the Senate. Here’s what Democrats should fight for—and what they can compromise on.
Amazon is trying to block its workers from casting mail-in ballots for an upcoming union election.
Kentucky’s law benefitted from compromise and common sense. Here’s how I helped and what Joe Biden could learn from my experience.
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It probably won’t reverse his Peach State victory, but it may give Trump another avenue to sow chaos.