This week’s collection of my favorite editorial cartoons covering the news.
Here’s the full elections calendar for March 2021.
2021 is a big year for the census, redistricting, and who will ultimately be allowed to draw the map lines.
This week, the Senate is holding crucial nomination hearings for Attorney General and Secretary of the Interior.
A roundup of some of the best editorial cartoons from the past week.
A look at the 36 governor elections coming up in 2022.
Protecting voting rights needs to happen at both the federal and the state level. Here’s what’s happening in the states and how we can protect access to the ballot.
A 2013 Supreme Court decision opened the door for voter suppression, and Republicans took full advantage. To counteract them, we must pass a new Voting Rights Act.
A roundup of the best political cartoons covering this week’s biggest news stories.
Most of the national news focuses on politics in DC, but it’s really important to pay attention to what’s happening in your state legislature. Bad behavior by the GOP is growing there.
Get caught up on the important points made on the first day of Trump’s second impeachment trial.
Here are the biggest concerns of Political Charge readers for 2021.
A collection of editorial cartoons covering this week’s biggest news stories.
The 2016 election unleashed a torrent of activism, mostly because people realized being unengaged with politics was a terrible idea. Yet, four years later, that lesson feels like it’s already been forgotten.
The second impeachment trial for Trump in the Senate starts on Monday. Here’s the info you need to make the case as to why Senators should convict him.
If it’s a Tuesday, there is probably an election happening somewhere in America. Here are the states having special elections this month.
A selection of my favorite editorial cartoons from this past week.
In 2022, 14 Democratic and 20 GOP Senate seats go up for re-election. Here’s the full list with the most competitive races highlighted.
Here’s everything you need to know about the filibuster: what it is, why it’s in the news, why people want to both keep it and nuke it, and more.
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