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The Brennan Center has long advocated for, and in some cases helped develop, many of the reforms in the bill.
Brennan Center assessment shows restrictive laws, unfair legislative districts, specter of foreign meddling could impact fall balloting
Brennan Center shows how foreign governments circumvent ban on foreign spending in U.S. elections.
The Brennan Center commends New York State on bringing internet political ads under existing transparency rules that apply to broadcast communications.
The latest spending bill from Congress appropriates $380 million in critical election infrastructure funds. But will it be sufficient to replace the country's most vulnerable voting machines?
Brennan Center survey shows 33 states need to replace voting machines by 2020.
New Brennan Center explainer anticipates issues to be covered during the Nov. 1 Intelligence Committee Hearings on Social Media Influence in the 2016 Election
Sens. Klobuchar (D-Minn), McCain (R-AZ), and Warner (D-VA) introduced a bill today that would revisit campaign finance law in the internet age.
A letter requesting personal information on U.S. voters threatens to violate individual privacy, and further justifies concerns that the Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity was conceived to drive voter suppression efforts.