Depending on the state, a vacant U.S. Senate seat could be filled via appointment or special election. Here’s why that matters.
Three changes we can make to improve the way our democracy reflects the people: ranked choice voting, multi-member districts, and a national popular vote for president.
A look at Sen. Manchin’s memo on voting and election legislation, and why Democrats should consider it.
Riots in D.C. Capitol this week were an act of terrorism. What does this say about the U.S.? What can be done?
AGs and FTC call Facebook a monopoly, Congress considers earmarks again, and Biden shares more cabinet picks.
How Rudy Giuliani and the Trump legal team’s incompetence hides the severity of our current situation.
What Biden can do on his first day in office, plus right-to-work laws.
Ranked-choice voting: what it is and why we should consider using it more in the U.S.
Results from the 2020 elections.
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