The companies that came out in support of voting rights … and those that didn’t
Georgia isn’t the only state that has passed a restrictive voting law this year. Plus, learn which states are coming up on Georgia’s heels.
Editorial cartoonists cover the big news stories from the past week.
Last night, the Georgia governor signed an elections bill into law that amounts to nothing less than voter suppression. Here’s what we can do about it.
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.
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.
A story of strategy and persistence in Georgia to inspire all of us.
The latest news about the Senate runoff races and GOP vs GOP infighting in Georgia.
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.
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.
The best guide to getting involved in the Georgia Senate runoff elections. Not only is there an activity to suit every personality, but this is a Georgia-centric list. Listening to local organizers is the key to winning!
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.
Georgia won’t be easy to win for the Democrats in 2020, but the prizes for winning it are huge. Here’s 13 ways to help boost turnout.
Georgia’s primary election earlier this month was nothing short of an “unmitigated disaster,” as Stacey Abrams put it. Particularly in Atlanta, with a population that is 51% African-American, there were unacceptably long lines, voting machine errors, and a multitude of… Read More ›