This seemed like a big week of news, not just about the fight for voting rights but also more evidence of just how off-track the Republican Party and their politicians are. This, of course, was reflected in the cartoons on… Read More ›
2022 Secretary of State Elections: The Most Important Races?
I’m not sure there are elections more important in 2022 than those for Secretaries of State, particularly after the vote in the Senate last night. (We’re going to need to add at least 2 more Democratic Senators before we can… Read More ›
Don’t Honor MLK Jr. with a Quote; Honor Him with Action
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 ›
The Week’s Best Cartoons 1/15
After a bit of a holiday lull, editorial cartoonists were churning out one great cartoon after another this week. Here are some of my favorites. Voting Rights & the Filibuster Republicans Behaving Badly Across the Pond And Other News A… Read More ›
The Fight for Voting Rights
I had a completely different post planned for today, but in light of what happened in the Senate yesterday, I had to address it. Longtime readers of Political Charge know that expanding voting rights is my top issue. At this… Read More ›
What a Blue Virginia Has Meant for Voting Rights
Voting rights is one of the many things we need to protect on Election Day in Virginia on November 2, 2021.
The Voting Rights Fight in Texas Heats Up
Get caught up on the inspiring actions of voting rights activists in Texas this past weekend.
Putting the DNC Voting Rights Announcement in Context
The DNC announced a huge investment in voting rights yesterday.
How To Proceed When the Supreme Court Hates Voting Rights
A reflection on SCOTUS’s most recent decision affecting voting rights, and how we move forward.
Manchin, Manchin, Manchin!
A lot of behind-the-scenes action involving Senator Joe Manchin spilled out into the open.
How To Plug Into Stacey Abrams’ Hot Call Summer
Details about Stacey Abrams’ initiative to get the For The People Act passed in the Senate.
4 Details From Merrick Garland’s Voting Rights Announcement
Details from Attorney General Merrick Garland’s speech about voting rights.
Voting Rights Bills Take a Hit But We Keep Moving Forward
The latest in the news about voting rights bills.
What We Can Do About the Sustained Attack on Voting Rights
Voting rights are under attack in America following the 2020 election. But we can fight back. Here’s how.
The Dark Money Behind Voter Suppression
This will be a short post because I just got my second vaccine shot and I am wiped out. But, this story is just too important not to bring to your attention. Here at Political Charge, we care about voting… Read More ›
A Smattering Of Recent News
Five news stories from yesterday that you may not have seen.
Big Business Comes Out in Support of Voting Rights
The companies that came out in support of voting rights … and those that didn’t
The States Racing to Copy Georgia
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.
Voting Rights Update: Now 47 States Are Working to Suppress the Vote
Some good news and bad news in the fight for voting rights.
Georgia’s Voter Suppression Law is Only the Beginning
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.