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Anyone tempted to treat it as such should think twice.
Arizona’s voter approved independent redistricting system has been a national model for nearly two decades.
Members of the Brennan Center's voting team head to Indianapolis to argue in court that Indiana's new law could result in the large-scale disenfranchisement of eligible voters.
Noncitizen voting is vanishingly rare. Unfortunately, individuals who seek to present myth as fact in court are not.
In a recent trial, Kobach has earned the judge’s ire for trying — more than once — to introduce data into evidence that had not been shared with the plaintiffs. It's similar to a tactic he used in a 2016 case.
Many of the largest barriers to voting come from the state itself, in the form of burdensome voting laws and gerrymandered political districts that suppress Latinos’ civic voice.
There are four important things to know about a recent Public Interest Legal Foundation paper on alleged non-citizens on voter rolls in New Jersey.
After his henchmen droned on about how the commission has no preconceived notions, Trump cut through the cant and commanded them to bring him the dirt.
Even before the microphones are turned on, the White House’s new voter fraud commission has already done significant damage to American democracy.
U.S. has a history of voter suppression laws that are just a threatening to our democracy as the Russian interference.