New York City’s move to allow noncitizens to vote in local elections is not unprecedented.
Experts discuss the regulation of partisan and racial gerrymandering.
Congress should use its constitutionally granted authority to regulate elections and protect democracy.
The Supreme Court’s decision in Brnovich v. Democratic National Committee signals a new era of restrictive voting laws.
Experts explore recent regulatory developments in election and campaign finance law.
Voters, lawyers, and activists continue to fight for voting rights in the Peach State.
A constitutional amendment for voting procedures is necessary to protect the right to vote for all Americans.
Two decisions by the Supreme Court impose new limits on racial redistricting.
From expanding the electorate to adopting online voter registration, states and localities are engaged in democracy-enhancing efforts.
Recent Supreme Court redistricting decisions clarify two important legal developments—but leave the status of partisan gerrymandering claims unresolved.