Sixteen states pass laws expanding access to the polls, the Brennan Center files amicus briefs in the Arkansas photo ID lawsuit and the Wisconsin campaign finance trial, and 20 must-read books for your summer vacation.
Our latest Fair Courts E-lert highlights the Iowa governor's decision to change an administration judgeship to "at-will" status, a failure to punish Ohio judges for illegally incarcerating people who cannot pay court debts, and more.
TV ad spending topped $1.4 million in the Tennessee Supreme Court retention election and on the 49th anniversary of the signing of the Voting Rights Act, civil rights activists urge congress to act on a bipartisan bill.
Our latest Fair Courts E-lert highlights a push by conservatives to move towards state judicial elections, Governor Rick Scott's rejection of potential judicial nominating commission members, and more.
Dark money dominates independent spending in House toss-up races and in Albany an investigation finds that Gov. Cuomo’s office engaged in “interference” with the work of the Moreland Commission to investigate public corruption.