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On the 54th anniversary of the Voting Rights Act, new analysis from the Brennan Center underscores the importance of restoring the law’s full protections.
A round up of where key redistricting cases across the country stand.
New data reveal that counties with a history of voter discrimination have continued purging people from the rolls at elevated rates.
Ten solutions from the Brennan Center for Justice that would make our elections fairer and freer, transform our criminal justice system to end mass incarceration, and make our institutions of governance more responsive to the people.
The Mueller testimony will highlight why we need H.R. 1 in order to prevent foreign interference in our elections.
Trump gave up the census fight, but he’s reviving an old effort to deny minorities political power.
With the 2020 election looming, state and local election officials are short on funding to boost election security and protect democracy.
The bill discriminates by wealth and race, and burdens returning citizens with navigating a flawed fees and fines system.
The new law makes it impossible for returning citizens to know whether they are eligible to vote.
With federal courts off the table, energy to reform redistricting should be focused on voter- or legislator-led efforts to remake the rules of the process.