The act of voting is a centerpiece of our American democracy. But before you can vote, you must be registered to vote. A conservative estimate from the Pew Charitable Trusts indicated that just over 1 in 5 eligible Americans are… Read More ›
It’s not that I don’t find Martin Luther King Jr.’s words inspiring. I do. It’s just that posting a quote and calling it a day seems like a terrible way to honor the civil rights icon. I’m guessing he’d rather… Read More ›
How do you react when you read contradictory stories?
It’s all hands on deck to help drive turnout and keep Virginia blue! Election Day is November 2!!
Democracies can be frustrating. That’s part of the design.
Defaulting on our debt would likely wreck the world economy. Here’s what’s going on.
A list of 7 easy-to-do ideas to help make National Voter Registration Day a success this year.
A reflection on who we were as a nation following 9/11 vs. who we are today, and how we move forward.
A list of all of the special elections happening in the U.S. in September 2021.
The nightmare scenarios for 2024 are quite scary. But I know that what we accomplish in 2022 can lessen the chance that 2024 is a disaster.
Details about Stacey Abrams’ initiative to get the For The People Act passed in the Senate.
Democrats need to build a better habit of turning out for special elections. Our next chance to help turn out voters is for Deb Haaland’s former seat in New Mexico.
A short explainer about the fight to make Washington DC the 51st state in the union.
A quick rundown on President Biden’s Cabinet nominees. Who has been confirmed, who has been approved but not yet received a vote, and who is still stuck in committee.
2021 is a big year for the census, redistricting, and who will ultimately be allowed to draw the map lines.
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.
Honoring Martin Luther King Jr. with a quote seems terribly insufficient. Here are my thoughts on how we can honor him properly, especially considering where this country is right now.
2021 is getting off to a quick start with a new Congress, the balance of the Senate about to be determined, and a deeply undemocratic stunt by Congressional Republicans.
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?
Everyone knows about the two Georgia Senate runoffs happening in Georgia on Jan. 5. But there’s a third race on the ballot, and winning this one is really important for several reasons.