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U.S. has a history of voter suppression laws that are just a threatening to our democracy as the Russian interference.
The Justice Department quietly sent letters to states demanding to know procedures for maintaining voter registration lists. The letters could be the first step in an effort to force states to conduct voter purges.
The U.S. Supreme Court has agreed to hear argument this fall in a potentially landmark partisan-gerrymandering case from Wisconsin.
The Supreme Court, which has decided to hear a landmark case on whether Wisconsin electoral maps were unconstitutionally drawn, could deliver a major blow to ultra-partisan redistricting.
In agreeing to hear the Wisconsin gerrymandering case, we can only hope the high court—um, that's to say, Justice Kennedy—has decided it’s time to curtail this practice.
It’s tough to find an initiative that doesn’t fall victim to partisan squabbles. But AVR’s continued success in states red, blue, and purple is proof positive of its appeal above party.
With Gill v. Whitford, the U.S. Supreme Court has taken the most important case in decades dealing with how Americans are represented in Congress and state legislatures.
Political leaders across the aisle speak out about gerrymandering.
Will he maintain an objective frame in his Commission-related responsibilities? Or will he use the Commission as an opportunity to score political points as he pursues a higher office?
If he really wants to bolster public confidence in the integrity of elections, he can step down from Trump’s commission, run for governor, and let the voters decide.