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Voter suppression could mar the midterms. But pro-voter ballot initiatives in several states offer the chance to dramatically expand and strengthen our democracy.
A new Brennan Center analysis finds that the few toss-ups on the House map were much less likely than the safer seats to have been drawn through a process controlled by one party
Challengers will be allowed to question a high-ranking Justice Department official under oath and include what he says as evidence at trial
Russia has a long history of highlighting the reality of racial injustice in this country
And we'll keep challenging it in court
A Brennan Center analysis shows both Republicans and Democrats have found a new way to set up super PACs and rake in dark money, further weakening our campaign finance system
Voters are more in the dark than ever about who’s funding political ads
White Democrats are becoming more liberal; black Democrats aren’t. That fact is driving black candidates to win by executing a savvy strategy.
We examined the claims of groups pushing for aggressive purging. They didn’t hold up.
The burden will fall most heavily on communities that already have historically seen their voices marginalized