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Here’s what’s happened on the voting front since we published our comprehensive summary in June
Behind the Brennan Center’s New Report
Intelligence officials are issuing the same warnings about our election infrastructure as they did before 9/11. The nation must respond.
California and Maine show how well-meaning efforts to encourage moderation can undermine political parties.
The state has set a precedent for others looking to overhaul their elections systems.
Illinois is part of a trend of states making automatic registration the new normal.
By vetoing automatic voter registration, Gov. Brian Sandoval rejected not only good policy but also the growing bipartisan consensus supporting the reform.
There’s already a way for voters to prove who they are at the polls. But this week, the state Senate will consider a strict law that would make it harder for many to vote.
The numbers are in: early voting works. Cuts to early voting threaten voter turnout.
They embrace new stances on critical issues facing our country, breaking with past party orthodoxy.