Launched just weeks ago, ChatGPT already poses a threat to how we draft everyday communications like emails, college essays, etc.
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.
Restaurant workers have fought for higher wages for long. Yet, they may unwittingly be paying for lobbying to keep these same wages low.
“Protecting democracy” was the top issue listed by voters as an “extremely important” reason they decided to vote in the 2022 election.
The Supreme Court’s Dec. 7 argument in Moore v. Harper offered some encouraging signs it would back the “independent state legislature theory”.
Experts draw attention to the role played by social media in the violence committed by Bolsonaro supporters on Sunday in Brazil.
If those seeking a narrowing of the VRA are successful, it would significantly diminish the use of the law to challenge ballot regulations.
Elections cost American taxpayers approximately $2 billion per year—a figure that may grow to $5 billion in the near future.
The Census Bureau has begun to prepare for next decennial count. As part of preparations, the bureau invited public comments.
Live video of lawmakers chatting on the House floor is interesting to some, but the real work of legislating largely happens elsewhere.
Ohio’s restrictive new election law…shortens window for mailed ballots despite no evidence that the extended timeline has led to fraud.