The Democrats’ process for picking their presidential nominee in 2020 may be significantly more democratic than it’s been in previous years.
We told you about how policies to fix our democracy won big in last week’s elections. But that victory wasn’t just about efforts to expand voting access, fight gerrymandering, and limit the influence of big money in politics.
A Missouri law that undermines local democracy and hurts low-income workers by banning cities from raising their minimum wage took effect Monday.
The deadly terrorist violence in Charlottesville, Virginia over the weekend — and President Trump’s equivocal response — is the latest sign of an emboldened far-right movement whose race-based vision for America is flatly incompatible with any notion of democratic pluralism.
Three top Trump administration officials have broken with their boss in affirming that Russia interfered in the 2016 election.
The Republican campaign to gerrymander the U.S. House was famously successful. Could the U.S. Senate be next?
Three members of the Federal Election Commission (FEC) are resisting a push to step up the agency’s efforts to counter foreign threats to U.S. elections, saying there’s no need to depart from normal procedures.