From Pizzagate to Jeffrey Epstein, conspiracies seem to be more prominent than ever in American political discourse.
Democracy in America articles
This Democracy in America archive has all our 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.
Article explores what the Supreme Court has done to rebrand corruption, as well as how this impacts the criminal prosecutions of corrupt elected officials.
Secretaries of state for Connecticut and Louisiana on Thursday called on Congress to appropriate more funding to boost election security heading into 2020.
Georgia Secretary of State Spokesperson called Judge Amy Totenberg’s conclusions on unconstitutionality of Georgia’s Voting Systems “silly and unfounded”.
Presidential poll volatility continues to spark public anxiety. Public opinion surveys have shown lots of variation, notably in early voting States.
It’s easy to ban plastic straws and not assault weapons, D-La Rep frustration with Congress’s inability to pass gun control law following mass shootings.
Democratic presidential candidates are growing increasingly comfortable labeling President Trump a racist or a white supremacist.
Lawyers on opposite sides in Florida felon voting rights suit can’t agree on how fast a judge should decide. This may affect 2020 primaries in Florida.
America’s undemocratic impulses are a key feature of the country’s much hailed democratic system. An interesting idea by Jamelle Bouie.
Of devices developed by lawmakers to overcome congressional gridlock, dynamic legislation has the most potential to combat legislative inertia, Prof. Kysar.