Native American lawmakers pushing for bills covering issues from language preservation to missing persons reporting to the Medicaid expansion.
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U.S. Republicans unveil fundraising plan to match and even surpass the organization that sent more than $700 million to Democratic campaigns in 2018.
President Donald Trump’s administration on Tuesday said it will seek immediate Supreme Court review to ask people taking part in the 2020 national census.
In the past decade, the largest manufacturer of voting machines in the country, has routinely wined and dined a select group of Georgia lawmakers.
A look at Mitch McConnell criticisms of H.R. 1. He was the lead plaintiff against the last major campaign finance reforms that Congress passed.
In “Let’s get off the ranked-choice bandwagon” Paul Schlichtman argues that the growing calls for Massachusetts to adopt ranked choice voting are misguided.
Martin Luther King Jr. who embodied the civil rights movement, was assassinated more than 50 years ago on April 4, 1968. Some key facts about him here.
A Duke University team expects to have a product available for election year that will allow television networks to offer real-time fact checks on screen.
Four Utah County cities are considering whether to participate in an experimental way of conducting elections — with ranked-choice voting.
Sweeping DC anti corruption reform legislation to become law will pave way for more independent enforcement agency with expertise on money in politics.
- NY Election Officials Prepare For Sweeping Voting Law Changes
- Indigenous Peoples Stage Solidarity March on Washington
- North Carolina Elections Board Let Green Card Holder Vote
- Governor Backs Granting NJ Parolee and Felon Voting Rights
- Washington Lawmakers Want To Permanently Eliminate Postage For Voters
- Facebook Shuts Hundreds of Russia-Linked Pages and Accounts
- Why the Census Ruling Was a Victory for Equal Representation
- Rhode Island Tests Vote Audits as Way to Verify Election Results
- Ex Trump Lawyer Cohen Paid Man to Rig Online Polls
- Once National Laggard, Democracy in NY Has Leapt Forward Overnight
Impressive list of experts urge China to free two Canadians detained in apparent retaliation for the arrest of a top Chinese tech executive in Canada.
Venezuela’s re-invigorated opposition faces a crucial test as it seeks to fill streets nationwide with protesters in an appeal to the military and the poor.
Committee to Protect Journalists today expressed grave concern about prominent Nicaraguan journalist Carlos Fernando Chamorro, who has fled the country.
Zimbabwe army and police used systematic torture to quell public protests which got 8 people killed in the aftermath of January 14th disturbances.
Abiy’s Ethiopia pardons more than 13,000 people in the past six months who had been accused of treason or terrorism, state-affiliated media said on Tuesday.
2019 European parliament elections vulnerable to hacking due to Russian disinformation campaigns that disrupted the 2016 U.S. presidential election.
Slain journalist Ben Khalifa, captured Libya’s turmoil as ferocious militias fight for control as well as humanitarian tragedy of waves of people fleeing.
Facebook has launched German initiatives to defend election integrity and examine the ethics of artificial intelligence its operations chief said on Sunday.
A new academic paper from University of California, Santa Barbara is quite unique in that the product is a mobile app for political dissidents.
Indonesia’s presidential debate highlights disagreements from corruption, bureaucratic system to combating terrorism, but also, showing lots of similarities.
- Indonesian Presidential Debate Highlights Disagreements
- DR Congo President Has Officially Won, But Can he Govern?
- China’s Name Change Strategy on Taiwan Sparks Anger
- France Accused of Impoverishing Africa Through Colonial-Era Currency
- Egypt TV Host Gets Year in Prison for Interviewing Gay Man
- Growing Crackdown on Activists and Rights Groups in India
- Europe’s Populist-Leaning Voters Really Just Want Direct Democracy
- Political Repression Tightens Since Cambodia’s Sham Election
- Unrelenting Repression Ahead of Election in Thailand
- Sudan Police Clash with Demonstrators in Fresh Protests