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Early voting and automatic voter registration would improve the state’s voting process, the Brennan Center's Natalie Tennant, a former West Virginia secretary of state, told New York lawmakers
After legal action by the Brennan Center, Common Cause, League of Women Voters, and others, judge blocks bid to stop ballot counting
New legislation would address several laws responsible for increasing racial disparities in our prison system
Australia and New Zealand point the way by incentivizing companies to reduce recidivism rates
But can they withstand the pressure to court special interests to fund their reelections?
Thanks to Russia, voting machines may be more secure than ever in 2020
Voters spoke loudly in favor of voting rights and reforms for redistricting and campaign finance
After legal action by the Brennan Center, a federal court said Georgia must take several steps to protect voters who cast provisional ballots
Voters elected a slew of diverse prosecutors who better reflect the communities they serve, and who promised to do their part to move away from policies that perpetuate mass incarceration.
His claims about the Florida elections lack support, jeopardize faith in the process, and undermine efforts to ensure all votes are counted