Editorial cartoonists cover Trump’s many losses in the courts, plus other news.
David Frum predicted that Republicans would reject democracy if they thought they couldn’t win elections democratically. We just crossed that line.
Redistricting will be a big story in 2021 and presents us with an opportunity to make some real progress.
The Washington Post set out to ask every congressional Republican if they acknowledged Joe Biden as the winner of the presidential election. Here’s what they found, and what it means for us.
This week, editorial cartoonists took on the biggest news stories: the waning election challenges, the GOP pivoting, COVID and the vaccine, and more.
Every state expanded the options to vote by mail in 2020. But what happens now? How can voters insist that their state keep these options for future elections?
A special announcement from Political Charge.
This week, I collected my favorite editorial cartoons covering Thanksgiving and the post-election news, among other stories.
President-Elect Joe Biden’s Cabinet nominees signal a return to competence, expertise, and yes, good people. I am so grateful!
This week’s news as drawn by the nation’s editorial cartoonists. They cover the presidential transition, COVID, Thanksgiving, and more.
Here’s the timeline of events that will happen to get us to Inauguration Day. Also, what we’ve been learning about the incoming administration.
We hear a lot about voter suppression, which is rampant in this country, but is there any state that has a good voting rights record? Yes.
The week was marked by the final electoral votes being settled, bad behavior from both Trump & the GOP, all eyes on Georgia, plus a surging virus. Here are this week’s best cartoons.
If the Democrats and Republicans each have 50 seats in the Senate, who leads? Here, I answer the most frequently asked questions about this scenario.
This is both a time to celebrate winning the White House back, and to look forward at what comes next. Because clearly, walking away from civic engagement is not an option.
Editorial cartoonists both here in the U.S. and abroad take on the 2020 Election.
Here’s the final cartoon roundup prior to Election 2020!
Sometimes, despite our best efforts, something goes wrong on Election Day. You still have a legal right to cast a provisional ballot. Here’s how that works.
There’s been a flurry of legal decisions affecting voting, so many that it’s hard to keep track. Here are a few of the latest decisions.
The GOP will rue the day they rammed these Supreme Court justices down our throats. Mark my words.