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Governor Cuomo prioritizes comprehensive campaign finance and voting reforms for the 2019 legislative session
The proposed amendment could further politicize the state’s redistricting commission and hurt communities of color
Making voting harder would only make the problem worse
State ballot measures to fix gerrymandering did strikingly well this year with both Democratic and Republican voters, our analysis shows
Lawmakers are using special sessions to pass anti-democratic measures — and undermine the will of voters
“We believe that no matter what state you live in, Democrat or Republican, you should have a fair voice in our elections. Your vote is your voice.”
Voting rights, gerrymandering, and campaign finance reform will top Congress’s 2019 agenda. It's an important step toward fixing our broken system.
An independent redistricting commission would help limit partisan gerrymandering
Thomas Farr defended law that targeted black voters with “almost surgical precision”
It’s one of the last two states to permanently ban returning citizens from voting. But the governor suggested she may be open to changing that.