Politicos have increasingly realized that state supreme court elections can be just as important as executive or legislative elections.
World’s Biggest Democracy Is Jettisoning Freedom And Tolerance
India’s global recognition is at risk as its growing disregard for basic freedoms draws criticism despite its contributions to global issues.
1800s Barbershop Converted To Voting Rights Museum
El Paso’s Project XV Museum, Texas’ first voting rights museum, has been built over the last year by David Strother, a barbershop owner.
How Mexico And Belgium Cope With Online Campaign Finance
Online campaign costs have risen in Mexico and Belgium, despite their apparent differences, both face comparable difficulties.
Defending Democracy Against A Rapidly Evolving Internet
2022 saw significant online ecosystem changes that have the potential to further erode global democratic systems and values.
Nigeria’s Flawed Election Risks A Democratic Backslide
The election that delivered Nigeria’s presidency to Bola Tinubu is deemed “flawed” by both domestic and foreign observers.
Peru’s Democracy Is Under Threat
Peru’s politics is now marked by violence, just three months after the parliamentary removal of President Pedro over moral incapacity.
Confronting An Assault On Democracy In Tunisia
President Saied’s aim to centralize power and dismantle Tunisia’s democratic gains since the 2011 revolution has left the country in turmoil.
Cryptocurrency Industry Lobbying Skyrocketed In 2022
The cryptocurrency industry’s political influence expanded significantly as they spent $21.6 million on federal lobbying in 2022.
New Mexico Is Making It Easier To Vote
New Mexico’s legislature has restored voting rights to those on probation, improve access for Native voters, and automate registration.