Trump Extremists Emboldened by Lack of Crackdown
Warning signs were ignored in the days leading up to the Capitol Hill insurrection.
Biden Picked a Lot of Obama People. Here’s Why It’s OK
Biden knows most of his Cabinet; after Trump “drained the swamp,” people with credentials may be just what the government needs.
Black Women Senators: And Then There Were None
Activists press Democrats to support Black women for open US Senate seats in 2022.
‘Reckless and Irresponsible’ Voting Measure Passes in Georgia
Georgia Republicans are introducing a slew of voting laws that could suppress voter access.
Election Assistance Commission Investigated ES&S Voting Systems
Texas officials blasted ES&S’s software installation and authentication methods, but decided to certify its voting system anyway before the 2020 election.
The Bill’s in Manchin’s Court
As the Senate struggles over voting rights laws, a West Virginia legislator takes center stage. The Democrats’ agenda lives and dies by Joe Manchin (D).
Former Felons Fight for Right to Vote in Minnesota
Voting is a right of all US citizens, so why are felons excluded after they’ve paid their debts to society? Some Minnesota lawmakers are fighting to get those rights back.
These 10 House Races Could Change the Future of the US
With President Biden already having trouble passing his agenda, a red flip could be devastating to his legacy. Here are the races that could make that happen.
Texas Draws Donut-Shaped Voter Map
In an extreme show of gerrymandering, state leaders are trying to put one district completely inside of another district. It’s just one of several tactics to split the Democratic vote.