The bill would commit to a renewed Voting Rights Act, restore voting rights to individuals with a felony conviction in their past, combat deceptive practices that suppress the vote, revitalize the campaign finance system, and more.
Data from 2018 show that New York State elections are almost completely dominated by big donors. But if a $6-to-$1 small donor public financing program had been in place, an analysis shows, both the numbers of small donors and their share of overall campaign giving would have been significantly greater.
The Brennan Center submitted testimony to the New Jersey Senate Budget and Appropriations Committee in support of S.1500, legislation that would close significant loopholes in the state's campaign finance laws and prevent circumvention of existing anti-corruption laws and disclosure rules.
This resource page is intended to provide journalists, policy-makers, and the public with information about the information-sharing between the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and Health and Human Services (HHS) for child placement and immigration enforcement, and the use of that information to arrest, detain, and deport potential sponsors of detained children.