One way to increase the number of voices in our local democracy is to adopt automatic voter registration
Democracy in America articles
This Democracy in America archive has all our headline articles about election reform in the United States. The section is meant to encourage discussion about the strengths and weaknesses of the election system and help you build new ideas for the future. Be sure to check out our main section on American democracy as well.
All citizen-led efforts to split or secede one state from the United States have fallen short in modern U.S. history
Lawmakers are pushing forward a bipartisan bill introduced Tuesday calling for sanctions against countries found to be
Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington is taking the Federal Election Commission to court
New York State has not been part of the national campaign to suppress the vote. It already suppresses the vote.
The court dismissed an appeal from the Texas Democratic Party arguing that the state’s political maps were improperly gerrymandered along partisan lines
A great roundup of ongoing campaigns to battle continued discriminatory policies hampering voting for Native Americans
The breadth and depth of Florida’s disenfranchisement of its residents represent a radical departure from the norm
It is incredibly important to remember his role as one of history’s most important proponents of voting rights and democracy
The state Supreme Court is scheduled to take up League of Women Voters of Pennsylvania v. Commonwealth of Pennsylvania