Jonathan Chait thinks so.
There is a model for Dick Cheney’s belief that when it comes to being greeted as liberators, second time’s a charm.
It was Dick Cheney, more than any other official, who set the terms for the post-9/11 world we all share.
A presidential commission has proposed steps to make registering and voting easier. But it does not address the crisis of exceptionally low turnout.
Elections administrators gathered for a hearing before the Senate Committee on the Judiciary to unpack some of the shenanigans from last month.
Obama's recent court victory on early voting may have carved a legal path for fighting down felony disenfranchisement laws.
A conversation with election law expert Richard Hasen on the true scope of voter fraud, the power of the ACORN myth and John Roberts’s scary interest in the Voting Rights Act.