New Yorkers: Thinking about voting in next year’s primaries, but not yet registered with a party? You’ve got a few hours to do it.
A new lawsuit aims to loosen Mississippi’s ban on voting by ex-felons, saying it derives directly from Jim Crow.
A new California law stiffens disclosure requirements for the funders of political ads. Its backers call it the strongest disclosure law in the nation.
A new campaign finance reform passed in St. Petersburg, Florida could end up having major implications for the fight to get big money out of politics.
The high-profile new group that aims to give Democrats more control of the redistricting process has filed a federal lawsuit claiming Georgia discriminated against black voters when it redrew two state House districts in 2015.
If Wisconsin’s partisan gerrymander is upheld, a “festival of copycat gerrymandering” in 2020 will lead to a loss of faith in American democracy, the Supreme Court was warned Tuesday.
During last year’s campaign, Donald Trump singled out Pennsylvania as the prime place where the election might be stolen through voter fraud.