One year out, we don't even know the basic rules that will be in place for the 2016 election. One thing is certain, though: Voters are angry about the state of our democracy. And this is a critical time to yell about it.
The Voting Rights Act is celebrated for helping expand the electoral power of African-American and Latino communities, but those gains likely would not have happened if another parallel revolution hadn’t taken place at the same time.
It is remarkable how close we came to a radical, game-changing decision, which could have upended election laws in 25 states. Instead, the Court affirmed the centrality of voters to our constitutional order.