- Apr 11, 2016
Terrorists, Russian oligarchs, and even cats could find a way to funnel money into U.S. elections, thanks to lax U.S. rules for shell corporations and a deadlocked Federal Election Commission (FEC) that refuses to enforce the law.
- Mar 14, 2016
The District of Columbia Republican Party extended polling hours for its Saturday presidential nominating convention, accommodating the religious practices of Sabbath observant Jews.
- Mar 9, 2016
- Feb 25, 2016
On December 15, the Minnesota Elections Emergency Task Force released a report detailing the measures that the state should take to clarify how elections are conducted in case of an emergency.
The Minnesota report is a serious effort to address how officials should conduct elections under emergency situations and should be studied by everyone interested in helping address similar conflicts where they live. Having these measures in place preserves the integrity of elections and prevents unnecessary financial costs of new elections. Otherwise, officials have no guidance and may operate under vague legal authority during crises.
- Feb 24, 2016
As a result of last night’s federal court order, some voters in Kansas, Georgia and Alabama may now be kept from casting a ballot in the 2016 general election.
We Won’t Be Distracted By Shiny Objects: Congressional Medals Are No Substitute for Restoring the Voting Rights ActFeb 23, 2016
We cannot accept Congressional Gold Medals as a substitute for meaningful voting protections.
- Feb 17, 2016
Stations violate the law when they don't disclose political ads' true sponsors. Americans deserve to know who is behind the flood of political ads saturating the airwaves these days.