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Young voters could be the key to victory for Obama and Democratic Congressional candidates. Here's how they're changing the electoral map.
No matter who wins in November, demographic trends indicate that the era of backlash politics is over.
The process of picking a Vice President needn't be the craven political exercise it is today. Do we even need one?
An online guide to organizations working to build a more perfect union.
Progressives need to drive a bold new agenda to invigorate democracy and capture greater power for the people
Electoral reform in the United States will require federal intervention to empower voters and overcome the challenges posed by state and local autonomy.
By equating money with free speech, is the Supreme Court defending the right of the rich to steal elections?
The depth and substance of Obama's youth phenomenon has yet to be tested.
Who knew provisional voting could be a teaching moment?
Democratic campaigns are refining the art of reaching more people.
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