The United States should do more to combat the strategic use of corruption by authoritarian states and the private sector actors who enable it.
The census data that the U.S. government and economy depend on may be in danger—unless the incoming Biden administration acts quickly to fix them.
The Biden administration can immediately act to begin renewing the federal government’s work to reform civil and criminal justice systems.
This column offers five clear recommendations to social media platforms on how they should handle hacked materials for the remainder of the 2020 election season and into the future.
This memorandum explains how disruptions to vote-counting sites can occur on Election Day and what officials can do to keep election workers and communities safe.
This fact sheet explains the legal framework for Electoral College vote counting and how to ensure that a state's elector votes reflect the state's popular vote.
Results Not Found: Addressing Social Media’s Threat to Democratic Legitimacy and Public Safety After Election Day
Social media platforms must do more to prevent their products from contributing to disinformation and chaos—both in the lead-up to the election and after polls close.
A lot is at stake in the 2020 elections—and voter turnout among Americans with disabilities must be supported before and after the polls close.
In order to strengthen political democracy, policymakers should support the creation of democratically organized groups such as unions.
Elected officials and the media must set public expectations that the November 3 election results may not be finalized until days or weeks after the election.
These are the top three things mayors can do that will be most effective in ensuring the November 3 election is conducted safely and efficiently.
All elected officials have an obligation to protect the sanctity of elections, including protecting voters from intimidation.
In-person polling locations will help preserve Americans’ access to the ballot box.
This video from faith leaders explains four concrete, nonpartisan ways that religious communities can support the 2020 election.