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Redistricting case goes to the supreme court

Safeguarding The Vote — From Every Threat — Is Critical To Democracy

The danger of cyber-attacks — or any tinkering with the American voting system — is a lot like terrorism. The mere threat of it, the fear of it, does the most damage.

October 16, 2016
voting rights

Polling Places Become Battleground In U.S. Voting Rights Fight

While polling place cutbacks are on the rise across the country, including in some Democratic-run areas, the South’s history of racial discrimination has made the region a focus of concern for voting rights advocates.

September 16, 2016
AMOS canvassing members work on voter registration at a community center in Cincinnati, Ohio, U.S., May 12, 2016. REUTERS/William Philpott

Occasional Ohio Voters Kicked Off Voting Roles

Residents of relatively affluent Republican-leaning neighborhoods are more likely to vote in both congressional elections and presidential contests, historical turnouts show. Democrats are less likely to vote in mid-term elections and thus are more at risk of falling off the rolls.

June 2, 2016