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The politics of crime, coupled with dark money threatens judicial impartiality.
If the GOP takes over the Senate, the Administration may get just who it wants as Intelligence Committee Chair.
New report: Outside spending is playing an unprecedentedly large role in the nine races most likely to determine which party controls the U.S. Senate.
Thanks to Citizens United, Chevron is trying to stack the deck in one small California city.
Total TV ad spending for state Supreme Court races has surged past $9.1 million, as special interest groups continue to use their pocketbooks to tilt the scales of justice in their favor.
New Brennan Center report details how outside spending and dark money are hitting record levels in Senate races and the U.S. Supreme Court allows a harsh voter ID law to stand in Texas.
The Brennan Center presented testimony to the New York City Council Government Operations Committee, which included a series of recommendations for how to upgrade and modernize the city's agency-based registration law.
The New York City Board of Elections did it again. On this year’s ballot, candidates for governor will be on two rows, which can cause confusion and mistakes.