Turkey heads to the polls in decisive day for Putin and the West
Polls show President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan is trailing the main opposition contender, Kemal Kılıçdaroğlu.
Vivek Ramaswamy's voting age proposal receives surprising response
Ramaswamy, a candidate for the 2024 Republican presidential nomination, has suggested pre-conditions for people aged between 18 and 24 to be eligible to vote.
Republicans pass bill that could oust Georgia prosecutor taking on Trump
Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis is investigating Trump's alleged efforts at overturning the 2020 presidential election in Georgia.
A Voting Rights Struggle Masquerading as a Crime Debate
Not everyone values pragmatism, and not everyone respects the basic rights of Black voters.
Low-income Americans feel jilted by Trump, Biden. The rich don't.
Data shows Republicans and Democrats alike have abandoned working-class voters. Biden wants to win them back.
Biden's Reckless Gamble on Himself
America got one step closer to the presidential rematch almost no one wants when President Biden launched his re-election bid Tuesday morning.
Fox News compared to Bud Light after breaking with Tucker Carlson
The financial impact of Carlson's surprise exit at Fox News is being compared to the beer brand's saga of the past month.
Tucker Carlson's final message raises questions about Fox exit
Carlson appeared to fully anticipate being on television this week, ending his show on Friday with the words, "We'll be back on Monday."
Building the Movement to Expand Voting Rights
There is a growing understanding that America's deeply harmful mass incarceration policies, fueled by the racist "War on Drugs," have only destroyed families and communities.
Want to Poke Fox News in the Eye? Cut Your Cable Cord
The settlement should be a moment of reckoning for the network and those who continue to profit from it, but it won't lead to much of anything unless we take concerted action.
Audio recordings are "devastating" for Fox News and Trump: Kirschner
The legal analyst said evidence shows that "Fox was not only reckless in its broadcasting, but it was just intentionally broadcasting false information."
How to Reform the 2024 Presidential Primaries
The clock is ticking on basic, essential reform. Democracy cannot afford to wait.
Fox News faces "absolute disaster" in Dominion lawsuit: Ex-prosecutor
Renato Mariotti said on Sunday that Dominion's case seems to be "very well put together" in which "actual malice" is achievable.
Failed Trump candidate admits not embracing mail-in ballots cost him race
Less than three in 10 voters hit the ballot box on Election Day in 2020, a decline of 32 percent from 2016.
A Chance to Break a One-Party State
By entrenching their preposterous state legislative majorities with bare-knuckle gerrymandering and using the state supreme court to reinforce their ill-gotten political gains, the Wisconsin GOP has been able to maintain its grip on state politics and policy despite the presence of now two-term Democratic Gov. Tony Evers.
A Party for Both Joe Biden and Mitt Romney? It Could Be a Winner
While getting on the ballot can be difficult, nothing in the law excludes a third party, or even a ninth. And with both parties leaning toward extremes, creating a large centrist party could change the country's dysfunctional politics.
Marjorie Taylor Greene's voting plan branded "unconstitutional"
Greene said that Democrats moving to Republican states shouldn't be able to vote for five years. A legal expert told Newsweek this is "an assault on democracy."
Defending the 2024 Election Starts Now. Here's How
As we begin new terms as secretaries of state, our primary focus must be on making sure that the next election—Nov. 5, 2024—is safe, secure, and trusted.
Donald Trump embraces voting measure he dismissed as fraudulent
In a fundraising email, Trump told supporters his campaign would be launching an initiative in states where Democrats had allegedly been "cheating the system."
Greg Abbott considers new election in Texas after ballot issues discovered
The governor said the shortage of ballot paper may "necessitate new elections."
Gen Z Will Shake Up the Political Landscape in an Unexpected Way
If political strategists want to garner more votes, they should look no further than Gen Z.
I'm an Independent Voter and I'm Just So Tired of All This
As a registered Independent and frequent critic of both sides of the aisle, I've always believed that in the strangest of political times, the center would prevail.
How We Keep the Dagger Out of Democracy's Heart
Last month, the Supreme Court heard oral arguments in Moore v. Harper to decide the validity of a dangerous interpretation of constitutional law known as the independent state legislative theory (ISLT). If the court confirms this once-fringe theory, it could pave the way for unchecked state legislative power over federal elections—a dagger to the heart of our democracy.
Why We're Optimistic We Can Solve the Climate Crisis
If you're mad and frustrated by the climate crisis, if you want clean air to breathe and clean water to drink, then join us in taking action.
Republican who lost by 3 votes challenges Democrat daughter's ballot
New Jersey Republican Tom Baio told a local newspaper he sent his daughter her mail-in ballot, but that it now shouldn't count due to her residency status.
What Is an 'Independent State Legislature' and Why Does It Matter?
State legislators challenged their state supreme court's power to invalidate the plan under the state constitution.
Republicans Must Review 2022 Midterm Failures
After the disappointing, even shocking, 2022 election results, Republicans must make an effort to rethink what happened.
Joe, It's Been Great, but Let's Not Do This Again
Energized by the Democrats' unexpected overperformance in the 2022 midterm elections, President Biden is reportedly leaning toward running for re-election in 2024. While he deserves his share of the credit for the party's history-defying showing last month, we should also be careful not to over-interpret the results as a sudden shift in popularity.
Georgia runoff seeing record voter turnout: Can that help Herschel Walker?
Both Herschel Walker and Raphael Warnock are trying to convince their supporters to return to the polls and vote one more time in the runoffs.
Rock the Vote on the 2024 Youth Vote
Any party, campaign, donor, or organization not investing today in organizing young people is already behind—and that could have disastrous consequences for our democracy.