The organizer and scholar says the midterms affirmed the power of grassroots organizing — and of the Black and female vote.
Across the country, activists mobilize to make sure every vote counts.
A majority of Americans now think our democracy is at risk of total failure. Corporations can choose to be part of the problem, or part of the solution.
Law Group that includes Karl Rove, Bill Barr stirs unfounded doubts about integrity of election system, say critics.
Major corporations gave more than $6 million to state lawmakers who support voter suppression legislation.
Democratic activists say they must flip state houses to block rogue actors.
Author David Pepper argues that state governments have become a key reason for the erosion of rights and America’s drift from democracy.
A debate on voting rights seems destined to irrelevance, as the Biden agenda remains stalled out.
Voices from inside the 2021 March on Washington for Voting Rights.
So far this year, eighteen states have enacted laws that limit voting access. More onerous restrictions may be on the way.
More than 50 years after I participated in the Mississippi Freedom Summer Project, the struggle for racial equality continues.
One former prisoner can vote for the first time, tens of thousands are still waiting.
Many ex-felons are now able to vote again, thanks to a 2018 amendment to the state constitution.
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Darrell Issa, like the voters in his district, was a man under pressure. He put his finger in the air to test the political winds and then realized it was the ground beneath his feet that was moving.
Most of us ignore the electoral process except when we’re voting. We stand in line and punch the card, carefully sweeping off the chads before we put it in the box. And leave the polls believing in the validity of our vote.