Some Democrats argue that Biden’s lofty rhetoric and his willingness to push Congress to approve the For the People Act are at odds.
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Democrats have yet to come up with a viable strategy to fight the slew of Republican state legislators’ efforts to restrict voter access.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D) signed new election reforms into law on Friday, which would change critical aspects of New York’s voting process.
The right to vote is so important that black Americans, disenfranchised for so long, can no longer afford fake friends and part-time allies.
On Wednesday, more than 150 corporate giants, including Target, PepsiCo, and Google asked Congress to pass a sweeping voting rights bill.
Joe Manchin (D-W. Va.) is “anxious to meet” with Texas Democrats who broke quorum back home, shying away from filibuster remarks.
Despite greatest efforts, attempts to rein in the influence of Big Pharma and insurance firms in Washington, D.C. have failed miserably.
The Democratic Party has secretly focused its attention on the nine Supreme Court justices who have the power to scuttle the H.R.1.
The Supreme Court’s decision to preserve Arizona’s voter restrictions raises the threshold for filing federal Voting Rights Act lawsuits.
Using a verdict in an Arizona case, the Supreme Court allowed states more leeway to implement voting restrictions on Thursday.