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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.
It’s not that political handicapping is worthless, but a little humility will go a long way
While Congress is grabbing headlines for the Zuckerberg hearings, states have been quietly leading the way in modernizing our election laws for the digital age.
Pennsylvania’s head-spinning redistricting politics took another disturbing turn this week.
How can we prevent future meddling by foreign powers while safeguarding the ability of Americans to engage in vigorous debate?
Facebook's CEO take to Capitol Hill, but leaves plenty of questions in his wake
The integrity of our democracy depends on expanded campaign finance laws to ensure foreign powers cannot funnel money into our elections.
The Facebook CEO is a master of contrition and small concessions. But will anything really change?
It’s no surprise automatic voter registration receives such broad support in a polarized political environment. It's the epitome of good government reform: it’s cost-effective, and it works.