There is Power in Representation

Alabama's redistricting maps were unconstitutional, suppressing the power of the Black vote, ruled the Supreme Court in a surprise decision.

How a Ruling on Gerrymandering Led to North Carolina’s ‘Monster Abortion Bill’

Republicans in North Carolina's are pushing through bills targeting abortion and the trans community following a ruling allowing extreme partisan gerrymandering.

Conservatives Skeptical Court Will Buy GOP Election Theory

In Moore v. Harper, if SCOTUS decides the plaintiffs' "Independent State Legislature" theory has merit, elections nationwide could be thrown into chaos.

Voters of Color and Women Saved the Democrats from Disaster

Ethnic Media Services debriefed six experts on their reactions to the election results and what should be done to prepare for the 2024 election.

Hundreds Given Bad Ballots in Tennessee

Democratic lawmakers in the state blame the snafu on newly-drawn congressional maps and say it is part of a GOP strategy to suppress votes.

Election Officials Bracing for Trouble at the Polls

Doubts about election integrity among Republicans continue even as experts say rigorous and transparent safeguards are in place to ensure a secure election.

The Single Most Important Case on American Democracy

Across the political spectrum, an upcoming Supreme Court case has observers worried about the fate of the U.S. political system.

Five Texas Candidates Who Are Taking Democracy By the Reins

With democracy on the ballot this November, these five candidates say the solution is to lean in and "be part of the solution."

Imaging a Multi-Racial City After a Political Earthquake

Black, Latino and Indigenous writers and community activists share their views on the scandal in Los Angeles and how the city can move beyond the impasse.

When they Get to Vote, Native Americans Swing Elections

Native American voters “have the power to swing a host of elections this coming year,” even as more laws emerge making it harder to vote.

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