Are you feeling increasingly nervous about the presidential election? There are lots of reasons why you might be feeling this way, and truth be told, some nervousness had set in with me, too. After all, messages like “the race is… Read More ›
A roundup of recent voting rights news from around the country.
I had a conversation with a friend of mine a few days ago, and honestly, it was quite the reality check. Prior to the conversation, I had watched all four nights of the Democratic Convention, and it really made me… Read More ›
This week, editorial cartoonists captured the latest with the Post Office, as well as the Democratic Convention, Steve Bannon getting arrested, Trump trying to “cancel” Goodyear Tires in Ohio, and more. Which one is your favorite this week? Democratic Convention… Read More ›
After a long primary season, we now have officially nominated our Democratic ticket: Joe Biden and Kamala Harris. But even though the Democratic Convention is done, our work is far from over. If you watched any part of the convention,… Read More ›
One hundred years ago today, thanks to tireless efforts of activists, the 19th Amendment was added to the U.S. Constitution, affirming the right of women to vote. “The right of citizens of the United States to vote shall not be… Read More ›
If last week made one thing clear, it’s just how lazy and pointless the Republican party is. As we all waited for Joe Biden to announce who he was choosing to run with on the ticket as Vice President, I… Read More ›
The Democratic Nominating Convention will definitely be different this year, and quite honestly, a lot more accessible for Americans all over the country to participate in. The presidential nomination conventions have two key parts: 1) they nominate and confirm their… Read More ›
Today, I’m tackling a reader-submitted question: How can I be as strategic as possible with my political donations? But before I answer the question, I should let you know why I’m feeling exceptionally qualified to answer this question. I’ve worked… Read More ›
With less than 3 months to go before the general election, you can expect to see a lot more articles diving into specific election races. And that means that there’s some lingo you’ll want to know. Election experts are so… Read More ›
How did you feel when you heard that Trump had suggested delaying the election last week? Outraged? Scared? Angry? I certainly saw all of these things in articles, opinion pieces, on social media, and in conversations. And people talked and… Read More ›
The nation’s best editorial cartoonists respond to this week’s news.
As his final act, John Lewis left us a gift. Yesterday was his funeral, and he had requested that his final letter be published the same day. It appeared in the New York Times, and later, those words were read… Read More ›
Who wants to hear some good news regarding voting rights? Last week, New York became the 20th state to adopt Automatic Voter Registration! Although it will take a couple of years to go into effect, this legislation creates a system… Read More ›