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This year's political climate demands nothing short of supercharging our democracy.
Republicans, Democrats and the president's own lawyers have rebutted his claims of massive fraud
Let’s have an honest debate about voting in this country — not one filled with misinformation. Voter fraud, including voting by non-citizens, is just not happening like the president says.
Trump's illegal-voting probe is already dubious, but with Mike Pence in charge, it's even worse.
Let’s finally put to rest the myth that as many as five million people voted illegally. Convene an independent commission to end this nonsense once and for all.
There are reports the Trump administration is planning dramatic cuts to the budget, including DOJ's Civil Rights Division. That raises troubling questions about the incoming administration’s commitment to protecting citizens’ ballot access.
There’s already a way for voters to prove who they are at the polls. But this week, the state Senate will consider a strict law that would make it harder for many to vote.
President-elect Donald Trump's selection of Senator Jeff Sessions for Attorney General is unsettling for anyone who cares about civil rights.
No matter who wins this election, the Roberts Court is largely to blame for stripping away voting protections we know now more than ever we still needed.
The numbers are in: early voting works. Cuts to early voting threaten voter turnout.