A federal judge has upheld a lawsuit filed by a Democratic member of the White House voting commission who claimed he’s being shut out of commission activities.
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Roy Moore is still fighting the results of the Alabama Senate election, claiming in a new lawsuit that illegal voting could have cost him a victory. But the so-called experts he’s citing don’t inspire confidence.
A new New York City law will make it easier for millions of people to get on the voter rolls.
An effort to allow religious organizations to engage in politics, which could have let yet more dark money into politics, failed to make it into the final GOP tax bill — a small but important win for democracy, at least for now.
A major education bill advancing in Congress would scrap requirements aimed at encouraging student voting.
Alabama Sec. of State John Merrill is claiming Roy Moore can request a recount in Tuesday’s U.S. Senate race, which Moore lost by 21,000 votes. But state law appears to say otherwise.
The Democrats’ process for picking their presidential nominee in 2020 may be significantly more democratic than it’s been in previous years.