Georgia Voters Get Help From an Unusual Source

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 ›

A Ray of Hope in Voter Data

As explosive as the New York Times article about Trump’s taxes is, anyone who has been paying attention these last two years has wondered, will any of his voters care? Over and over, we witness our president saying and doing… Read More ›