Senator Jon Ossoff’s proposal to bar federal legislators and their family members from buying individual stocks deserves bipartisan support.
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One year after a failed attempt to reject the will of the voters, states, local governments, and Congress must act to secure elections.
US federal judges need “more rigorous” ethics training so they don’t adjudicate disputes in which they have financial interest, Chief Justice.
It is expected that lawmakers under scrutiny comply with investigation but it is more and more likely they will simply refuse to cooperate.
Officials hope that education efforts can help resolve some voters’ doubts about the security and reliability of the electoral system.
Liberal election groups now spend more from undisclosed donors than Republicans. Campaigners don’t give up winning strategies.
Voter fraud is quite uncommon. It’s almost never coordinated. When it does happen, authorities often out quickly and convict the perpetrators.
Donald Trump’s lawsuit to prevent House legislators from obtaining his tax returns was dismissed Tuesday by a federal judge.
A new AP review of voter fraud in six battleground states in 2020 shows the number of cases would not have changed the outcome.
News outlets are requesting the Michigan Independent Citizens Redistricting Commission reveal records they believe should be public.