In an effort to get more transparency over the role of money in the political process and combat what is known as “dark money,” many states have passed laws that require political donors to reveal more key information.
New York City and State Elections articles on Democracy Chronicles
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As the services concluded Michael Brown Sr., the father of Michael Brown, the teenager who was shot and killed by the police in Ferguson, Mo. in 2014, came on stage and embraced Eric Garner’s widow Esaw Garner.
Plan includes automatic voter registration, election-day voter registration and early voting
New York politicians appear to be following that timeless adage: If you can make it here, you
A New York lawmaker has introduced four bills covering blockchain, making it one of several states to consider the issue
President Donald Trump put his wrong birthdate, the first lady doesn’t know where she lives, and Ivanka
Following in a long history of corruption in New York politics, seven local officials from the town of Oyster Bay on Long Island have been indicted on corruption charges which can land them in prison for a very long time.
New York State Legislature leaves all election reforms on back burner despite the dire state of voting
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.