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Texas will find itself embroiled in complicated and expensive redistricting litigation, just as it has in each of the last four decades.
Considering all of the barriers that voters were up against in this year’s election, we should be grateful that voters showed up at all.
Mitch McConnell will now face a Republican caucus divided on how far NSA reforms should go when Congress votes on the USA Patriot Act re-authorization.
President Obama used antiquated and disappointing language to describe individuals with criminal convictions.
A federal judge this week struck down a deeply flawed Federal Election Commission rule that has helped fuel the explosion of “dark money” — political spending from unknown sources — in U.S. elections.
A post election analysis revealed two troubling trends and there were state-level election victories with new rules passed to regulate campaign contributions.
A recent New York Times post understates the impact of restrictive voting laws. Here, we set the record straight and explain the detailed analyses behind voter ID numbers.
The ink was hardly dry on the midterm results before candidates were enticing money from wealthy donors.
Turnout for the midterm elections was abysmally low, but the fact anyone voted at all is a cause for celebration.