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For a second time, Florida has taken away Bonnie Raysor’s vote. She’s fighting to get it back.
Bonnie Raysor had her heart set on voting next year, a decade after losing her right to participate in the most cherished ritual of the American democratic process. The 58-year-old Boynton Beach,
The Supreme Court Won’t Stop Partisan Gerrymandering. Now What?
This article is part of TPM Cafe, TPM’s home for opinion and news analysis. It was published here and on the...
The fight for fair elections is not dead
Voting rights groups say they will continue to fight extreme partisan gerrymandering despite Thursday’s Supreme Court ruling that such cases are not a matter for the federal courts. The decision —
SCOTUS Blocks Census Citizenship Question, but Rules Political Gerrymandering Constitutional
On the last day of its term, the nation’s highest court churned out two major rulings: One concerning the U.S. Census, the other, the future of gerrymandering.Read more...
A Partisan Supreme Court Upholds Partisan Power
To say that the Supreme Court’s ruling in Rucho v. Common Cause is bad for American democracy would be an understatement. In a 5–4 decision along the usual ideological lines, the justices held that
Advocates Want Everyone Counted, No Matter the Fate of the Citizenship Question
The Supreme Court ruled Thursday that the Commerce Department has the authority to add a question to the 2020 census asking about the citizenship status of respondents, but it needs a better reason to
Conservatives Rage At Roberts For Siding With Liberals On Census Case
Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts on Thursday sided with the court’s four liberals in blocking, at least for now,...
It was a terrible day for democracy in the Supreme Court
The Supreme Court handed down two opinions on Thursday which could shape American democracy for decades. The first, Rucho v. Common Cause, held that suits challenging partisan gerrymanders are
Supreme Court Rejects Trump Administration’s “Contrived” Rationale for Census Citizenship Question
The Supreme Court ruled on Thursday that the Trump administration failed to provide an adequate justification for adding a controversial question about US citizenship to the 2020 census. The ruling
The Supreme Court’s Gerrymandering Ruling Is a Doomsday Scenario for Voting Rights
The Supreme Court ruled on Thursday that partisan gerrymandering cannot be challenged in federal court. The decision is a devastating blow to voters in gerrymandered districts, as well as the voting
Partisan Gerrymandering Upheld by Supreme Court
A green light for election corruption. Partisan gerrymandering is A-OK, ruled the Supreme Court today. Or to interpret the ruling more charitably, the Supreme Court has decided that it's a matter for
Macron Calls for Strengthening of Renault, Nissan ‘Flagship’
French President Emmanuel Macron offered a political boost to the fraught partnership between Renault SA and Nissan Motor Co., calling for their car-making alliance to be strengthened.
Warren’s brilliant plan to neutralize Republican voter suppression
Senator and presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) released a “plan to strengthen our democracy” on Tuesday. Much of Warren’s plan tracks the For the People Act of 2019, the legislation
All Shook Up
Big new development in the census citizenship case: Appeals court throws another roadblock in the path of the Trump administration....
Another Day, Another Plan from Elizabeth Warren
Her policy-paper factory churned out another one, to tackle voter suppression
Elizabeth Warren calls for sweeping overhaul of U.S. elections
Warren calls for a massive overhaul of the country's elections. The post Elizabeth Warren calls for sweeping overhaul of U.S. elections appeared first on The Daily Dot.
Federal Judge Opens a Longshot Path to Striking Down Census Citizenship Question
A federal judge in Maryland found on Monday that the Trump administration’s addition of a citizenship question to the 2020 census might have been motivated by a desire to reduce the political clout of
Judge: New Census Case Evidence Paints ‘Disturbing Picture’ Of Discriminatory Motives
A federal judge in Maryland on Monday explained why he wanted another look at potential racial animus behind the Trump...
Meet The Ex-Breitbart GOPer Waging A Lonely Fight To Combat Gerrymandering
John Pudner is a bit of an anomaly. The deeply conservative GOP strategist has managed to retain allies on the...
Republicans Block Ex-Cons From Voting in Biggest Swing State
Florida’s reputation as America’s tightest -- and wildest -- swing state should stay intact, as a battle over felons’ voting rights seems destined for the courts. At the least, it’s increasingly