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First-of-its-kind Brennan Center report shows precise electoral impact of extreme partisan gerrymandering
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?
Lawmakers’ suggestions largely mirror solutions that election experts from the Brennan Center have been pushing for years.
A new Brennan Center analysis finds states are still using the same outdated and unsecure systems despite warnings of recent years.
Under the bill, Washingtonians who apply for or renew an enhanced driver’s license at the Department of Licensing will automatically be registered to vote unless they decline.
An new explainer details four unfair purge techniques that could contribute to problems at the polls and ultimately disenfranchise eligible voters.
Election security and public faith in our democratic process are inextricably linked to America’s economic and national security, and more crucial voices are joining the diverse group pushing for change.
The move by Gov. Cuomo is an important step toward making voting accessible and convenient for all eligible New Yorkers.
Brennan Center survey shows 33 states need to replace voting machines by 2020.
Jim Johnson, former Clinton administration official and Brennan Center Board Chair, joins the Center as Senior Fellow.