A trio of senators is looking to tighten campaign finance laws governing online ads in response to Russian interference in last year’s election.
Whoever said voter suppression doesn’t pay off?
A Democratic member of the White House’s controversial voting commission says he’s being shut out. And, in a development that underscores the level of tension plaguing the effort, he’s using open records laws to try to pry loose information about the activities of the panel he serves on.
President Donald Trump on Monday said “massive” political contributions by the drug industry are responsible for sky-high prescription drug costs.
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.
The court fight over Texas’s voter ID requirement began not long after it was passed back in 2011. And we learned this week it likely won’t be resolved before the 2018 elections.