This fact sheet highlights nine practical steps that local, state, and federal officials can take to create resilient elections and protect self-government.
This brief offers common-sense solutions for addressing vulnerabilities in America’s election infrastructure in order to protect the nation’s democracy.
Michele and Igor talk with Vanita Gupta, current president and CEO of the Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights, about the Department of Justice's recent announcements under the Trump administration.
This week on the podcast, Janaye Ingram and Alencia Johnson discuss the role of black women in the resistance movement.
Oregon’s first election with automatic voter registration suggests it may be transformative for youth voter participation.
Documentary proof of citizenship requirements and illegal voter purges are voter suppression measures aimed at keeping eligible Americans from participating in elections and having their voices heard.
Watch this video to find out how Oregon modernized its voting system and increased voter participation.
This report presents a demographic and geographic portrait of how Oregon's automatic voter registration system expanded the electorate and registered hundreds of thousands of eligible citizens to vote.
Michele and Igor chat with Melissa Harris-Perry about the role of cable news in the 2016 election, the history of black women resisting in America, and the importance of making structural change.
The economy is not producing access to a good, stable middle-class life for people who do not go to college. On prudential and ethical grounds, progressives must do more to create decent job opportunities and secure family situations for all working people facing difficult economic conditions not within their control.
Congress cannot punt its duty to investigate Russia’s interference in our election.
Simulations indicate that the most successful route for minimizing future representation gaps lies in equalizing registration and turnout rates across races.
Here's what we know about President-elect Trump's troubling ties to the Russian government.
With the help of President-elect Trump’s Cabinet appointees, Exxon Mobil is seizing power and profit through the incoming administration.
This year’s judicial elections saw nearly $20 million in spending, and organizations funded by secret money played an important role.