As special interest spending in judicial elections continues to soar, outside groups have pledge to spend in upcoming elections in Ohio, Michigan, Montana, North Carolina, New Mexico and Texas in an attempt to reshape the courts.
As Americans face an ever-shifting voting landscape before heading to the polls this November, the Brennan Center released an interactive Student Voting Guide to help young people navigate new rules and find out how to register and vote.
A U.S. District Court will hear oral arguments starting today on Texas’s photo ID law. The trial comes as many Americans face an ever-shifting voting landscape before heading to the polls this November.
A new Brennan Center policy proposal suggests the president should make broad reforms to federal grants across the country that fund state and local law enforcement to help prevent problems like the ongoing crisis in Ferguson, Mo.
Arkansas’s restrictive photo ID law violates the state constitution and must be struck down by the state Supreme Court, the Brennan Center argued in an amicus brief filed with a group of Arkansas historians and law professors.
A May decision halting an investigation into alleged campaign finance violations by Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker’s campaign went against 40 years of Supreme Court precedent and must be overturned, according to a Brennan Center amicus brief.