Highlights from the Voting Rights Watch 2012 blog, from Brentin Mock, Aura Bogado and Maegan E. Ortiz
Even if Obama wins, he won’t be able to accomplish much if progressives don’t do well in legislative races. Here are ten worthy contenders.
Many of Florida’s ex-felons are receiving conflicting information on their voting rights. That could spell disaster in November.
Democrats have a rich opportunity to push electoral reform at the state level.
Forget Mitt Romney. With the foreign policy crisis in the Middle East, can the president make it to November 7?
Election politics today are little more than advertising. But it wasn't always that way.
The GOP candidate’s disastrous response to the incendiary “Innocence of Muslims” video should come as no surprise in light of his Islamophobic connections.
This is the most polarized presidential choice since 1980. Yet issues fundamental to the nation’s future have been excluded from the debate.
A manufactured controversy aimed at Elizabeth Warren shows the damaging ways we exploit trivial kerfuffles and pass them off as political stories.
In his Bain years, the GOP nominee helped fashion Monsanto into a biotech giant. What would the notorious purveyor of genetically modified foods get from a Romney presidency?