Jump to navigation
Maryland’s legislature voted to override a gubernatorial veto and restored voting rights to an estimated 40,000 citizens with past criminal convictions.
Our new Election 2016 page outlines key steps we can take to boost participation and make elections more fair for average Americans. Check back for regular updates as 2016 unfolds.
The Brennan Center looked at 24 major American cities that have implemented police body-worn camera programs, and found great variance in how the programs are implemented.
The presidential contenders want to harness voter anger. But moneyed special interests have influenced policy for more than 100 years.
President Obama called for broad democracy reform in his address to the Illinois General Assembly, touching on issues such as voting rights, money in politics, and redistricting.
With a week to go before Wisconsin’s Supreme Court primary, television advertising continues to be dominated by the Wisconsin Alliance for Reform. The group has booked contracts worth at least $399,060.
Maryland's General Assembly voted to restore voting rights for approximately 40,000 citizens who live in their communities but could not vote because of a criminal conviction in their past.