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About one in 12 names were removed from the rolls, and some voters have reported problems
'We’ve never seen anything like this'
On Sunday’s shows, a disappointing parade of spin and false equivalence
It’s troubling that the FBI quickly labeled the shooting a hate crime without investigating whether it was a terrorist attack
Small donor matching programs are gaining steam — and could lower barriers for both voter and candidate participation
The report falls short of what we should expect from the government’s only independent civil liberties watchdog
Allegations that votes cast in the Georgia governor's race for Democrat Stacey Abrams instead went to Republican Brian Kemp highlight the problem of our aging machines
Voter suppression could mar the midterms. But pro-voter ballot initiatives in several states offer the chance to dramatically expand and strengthen our democracy.
A new Brennan Center analysis finds that the few toss-ups on the House map were much less likely than the safer seats to have been drawn through a process controlled by one party
Challengers will be allowed to question a high-ranking Justice Department official under oath and include what he says as evidence at trial