Far-reaching federal legislation would set national standards to combat many new state laws aimed at suppressing voters and sabotaging valid election results.
Michael Sozan, a senior fellow at the Center for American Progress, provided testimony supporting three Massachusetts structural reform bills that would prohibit political spending by foreign-influenced U.S. corporations.
Voters with disabilities must have full and equal access to the ballot box.
We need to stop Trump's hateful activities and disinformation campaign from ever returning.
So far, the president has rejoined the Paris climate accord and WHO, helped the U.S. surpass 200 million COVID-19 vaccination doses, signed the American Rescue Plan into law, and more.
The United States needs bold democracy reform such as the For the People Act to rebuild confidence in our political system and unblock progress on policies that Americans care about.
The automatic clearing of eligible criminal records can help to foster civic engagement and build a healthier democracy.
The Biden administration can further advance its key priorities by restoring federal leadership on access to justice issues.
By engaging with advocates and policymakers, a National Task Force on Civic Engagement and Voter Participation can increase Americans’ civic engagement.
Those who brought democracy back from the brink deserve recognition from the country’s highest office.
CAP brought together diverse religious leaders to explore the values underpinning the faith community’s support of democracy.
Americans’ civil liberties are in danger if Congress does not ensure that ordinary people can hold state and federal officials accountable for wrongdoing.
In the next several months, Congress is poised to pass the For the People Act, transformative democracy reform legislation.
The Biden-Harris administration should have staff in the White House who are specifically focused on strengthening American democracy.
Women—particularly women of color—continue to make noteworthy gains at all levels of government, but bold policies and structural changes are still needed to reach gender parity in U.S. politics.