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On July 15, a three-judge panel in Texas concluded a week-long trial over the state’s congressional and state house plans. Here’s what you need to know.
A series of Senate hearings has made the Russian threat to voting crystal clear. Yet some state election officials would prefer to see it all as an argument about the power of the federal government.
I have little doubt that many of those who argue in favor of CVE mean well, but the risks that were patently obvious in the Obama years have been magnified a hundredfold under the current administration.
On Wednesday, the Senate Judiciary Committee will examine the qualifications of Christopher Wray to serve as the eighth director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Here is what they should ask.
The biggest obstacle is not wallet — it’s will. Above all, we need to find a way to avoid the toxic partisanship that routinely paralyzes Congress.
Voters must continue to tell their states why standing up to Trump and his sham commission is the right thing to do. There is a lot at stake—states and voters cannot afford to lose this battle.
Domestic voter fraud isn’t a real threat. Hackers from overseas are.
Some states laws just flatly prohibit release of some of the information. Guess which state prohibits the release of voters’ Social Security information? Kris Kobach’s Kansas.
Seven common questions and answers about redistricting.
The president’s proposal to defund the nation’s flagship domestic service program is unwise and unpatriotic. Lawmakers should look elsewhere to make cuts.
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