A new report shows that instead of doling out funds to political allies, members of Congress routinely use leadership PAC funds to pay for expensive meals.
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Last-minute insertion into a bill passed with overwhelming support on final day of Florida’s legislative session keep felon voting records confidential.
Voter turnout in Utah vaulted from 45th in the country to 13th in the course of four years, according to the Pew Charitable Trusts.
A new technology that is not understood all that well is nothing new. The same happened with the internet and home computers before that.
The U.S. Supreme Court declined an opportunity to give businesses broader rights to contribute money to political candidates and causes.
Primary elections in Utah could change significantly as state lawmakers consider ways to deal with concerns about winners advancing .
Democrats in the state Senate are taking another step towards making it easier for New Yorkers to vote after passing a series of sweeping voter reforms.
Since Nevada seated the nation’s first majority-female state legislature, the male old guard has been shaken up by the perspectives of female lawmakers.
Albuquerque could be the next city to adopt new way of voting in municipal elections, looming deadline doesn’t leave enough time to make it happen.
Democratic Presidential Candidates are Hiring Top Tier Operatives to Navigate the Complex Delegate System in the 2020 Primary Race.
- Facebook Loophole Makes Political Ads Look Like Regular Content
- Texas Poised to Make Voting ‘Harder, Scarier and More Confusing’
- Possible More Florida Counties Than Now Known Were Hacked In 2016
- Voter Fraud Crusade of Wife of Supreme Court‘s Clarence Thomas
- Happy Birthday to an Important Voting Rights Protection
- Election Assistance Agency Pleads For More Money Ahead Of 2020
- US Women Gained The Vote 100 Years Ago. Here’s How To Celebrate
- Two Utah Cities Confirmed to Use Ranked Choice Voting
- DHS Still Hasn’t Performed Audits To See If 2016 Votes Were Hacked
- Does NYC’s Early Voting Plan Favor White, Affluent Voters?
India’s Election Commission rejected opposition fears of possible tampering of electronic voting machines ahead of the counting of votes Thursday.
Indonesian President Joko says he will not tolerate anyone disturbing the country’s democratic process, after deadly clashes .
Imagine if the government respected the right of all Equatorial Guineans to express themselves freely, instead of harassing, beating, or arresting them.
The Nicaraguan government released 100 prisoners to a form of house arrest Monday, including three human rights activists.
Authorities have blocked access to popular news portal in what critics condemned as the latest blow to freedom of expression in the South Asian nation.
The mayor of Seoul, Park Won-soon, has announced the city will launch blockchain and AI initiatives as part of its smart city implementation plan.
Imagine calling a friend.Instead of hearing a ring tone you hear a police siren, and then a voice intoning, “Be careful in your dealings with this person.”
Former South African president Jacob Zuma is in court Monday, fighting to have corruption charges stemming from a 1990s arms deal against him dismissed.
More than 600 million Indians will learn the outcome of the country’s six-week elections, as results are released progressively throughout the day.
Thousands found in Syrian government offices reveal the reach of President Bashar shadowy security agencies that sought to eliminate dissent at all costs.
- Documents Offer Rare Look Inside Syrian Government Crackdown
- North Korea Sells Tens Of Thousands Of Its Women Into China Sex Trade
- Sudan Military, Opposition Resume Talks After Street Violence
- Thousands of Czechs Demand Justice Minister Resign
- Latest Deportation, Disappearances Rattle Thai Dissident Diaspora
- Scores of Russian Journalists Pen Open Letter After Colleagues Fired
- Reporters Quit Russia’s Kommersant in Solidarity With Fired Colleagues
- Torture Thrives in Climate of Impunity in DR Congo
- Malawi Race for President Tight as Election Nears
- Sanctions Threaten North Korea’s Old and New Elites