New York State Legislature leaves all election reforms on back burner despite the dire state of voting
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Taking on the cause of his brother, Akeem Browder was nominated to run by the state Green Party
As a resident of New York’s 22nd Congressional District, I thought an article discussing the voting tendencies of the district would be a fun, yet interesting way of fitting the Democracy Chronicles image.
Holding a constitutional convention for the state could arguably be a chance for big reforms
Protesters who gathered in what they called the “March Against Sharia” to denounce Islamic law were met across the country with equally sized or larger counter-protests.
Delta Airlines and Bank of America have withdrawn funding for the New York Public Theater
The time is now that your third party opposition parties will be looking for signatures on the streets
Throwing and celebrating a ‘black-only’ Memorial Day party not only further discredit the organization as a whole, but continue to support the claim that BLM activists are a problem when it comes to deteriorating race relations
Maine bill puts Libertarian Party on ballot and makes improvements to ballot access for new parties
Two liberal groups, Common Cause Maryland and the League of Women Voters, applauded bill’s veto