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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.
The U.S. needs to adhere to chemical weapons band requirements the same way it expects of others.
If the GOP takes over the Senate, the Administration may get just who it wants as Intelligence Committee Chair.
Thanks to Citizens United, Chevron is trying to stack the deck in one small California city.
Reforming the landscape of campaign finance is a long road.
An explanation of Trial Court’s decision in the Texas Photo ID case.
The inability to make an argument for voter ID may hurt some candidates.
With all eyes on ISIS, concerns about Syria’s chemical weapons program have faded from public view. But recent confirmation of the use of chlorine gas shows that the work to eliminate Syria’s chemical weapons is far from over.
Is contributing to a candidate's campaign a right equal to the rights to vote or run for office?
Democracy 21 President Fred Wertheimer writes that a new jurisprudence on campaign finance requires a greatly expanded approach to the definition of "corruption."