As far as I can tell, there is no map that shows the geographic extent of the exodus of Jewish people in the 20th Century. I decided it couldn’t be too hard to make my own.
Virginia politicians defeated the latest attempt to reform the state law that determines ballot access
Professor Chris Edelson speaks out on what he calls a “permanent shift to unconstrained presidential power”
Felon voting rights remain a controversial reform among many but a key revelation from the report is that mass incarceration of African-Americans is historically tied to the issue.
Study shows how seriously investors took the possibility of a democratic revolution during Egypt’s Arab Spring
As Democracy Chronicles Founder and Editor-in-Chief I have made almost 1,000 political memes of one kind or another. The collection stands as a record to my last years of democracy promotion.
Three court cases could have a major impact on redistricting for U.S. House elections in PA
Constant controversy and mounting court loses mean Voting Rights Act provisions could be returning
Confusion created by hastily drawn up voter ID laws have prevented votes from being tallied
Of the major money spent by the private prison lobby in the election, some of it may have been illegal