Elections

Expanding the Right to Vote

From expanding the electorate to adopting online voter registration, states and localities are engaged in democracy-enhancing efforts.

Second Presidential Debate Sees Personal Attacks Interrupted by Occasional Policy

Important policy revelations emerged during Sunday night’s heated debate.

Drug Price Lowering Solutions from the Campaign Trail

As drug prices spike, the presidential candidates endorse proposals for getting costs down.

Hillary Clinton Rallies West Philadelphians to Register and Vote

The Democratic candidate for President shares her platform and voter mobilization goals.

In First Presidential Debate, Candidates Spar over Economy, Crime, Trade

Interspersed between jeers and jabs, substance takes center stage during widely anticipated event of the presidential race.

Dispatches from the DNC – Day 4 Recap

Hillary Clinton accepts her party’s nomination with an inclusive appeal

Dispatches from the DNC – Day 3 Recap

Democratic leaders continued their push to unite the Party in the face of lingering frustrations among Clinton’s critics.

Dispatches from the DNC – Day 2 Recap

In a unifying vote, Hillary Clinton officially became the Democratic Party’s candidate for President.

Dispatches from the DNC – Day 1 Recap

Following the fallout over a massive email leak, the Democratic Party sought to unite on the Convention’s opening night.

U.S. Election 2016

The Regulatory Review unveils its special election feature, starting with daily, on-site reporting on the Democratic National Convention.

Redistricting Law Refined

Recent Supreme Court redistricting decisions clarify two important legal developments—but leave the status of partisan gerrymandering claims unresolved.

Federal Government Allows College to Pay Clinton Campaign Intern

Federal Election Commission says that tax-exempt universities may provide cash stipends to unpaid campaign interns.