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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.
The state has set a precedent for others looking to overhaul their elections systems.
We are not doing enough to shore up states’ vulnerable voting technology.
The Pennsylvania Secretary of State has directed that all new voting machines must produce a back-up paper record, which can be used to verify vote tallies. It's a great step, but the Governor's budget allocates zero funding for the move.
Tracking all the charges Mueller has filed is like a walk through a white-collar crime index.
The window is closing for Congress to fix the vulnerabilities in America's vastly outdated and underfunded election systems.
Rarely have redistricting battles been as dramatic – or as headspinning – than the fights playing out over Pennsylvania’s congressional map.
Part of the art of information warfare is that fabricating storylines isn’t a prerequisite.
Although there’s an obvious impulse to figure out whether Democrats or Republicans will come out ahead, it is Pennsylvania voters who, in fact, benefit most from the court’s intervention.
Congress hasn’t taken steps to prevent foreign powers from buying political ads on the internet. But states like California can take the lead in protecting our elections.