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How Republicans Stopped Worrying About The Right To Vote
The GOP launched a four-pronged plan in 2008 to undercut the American tenet of “one person, one vote.” We're now entering the final phase.
How New Tools For Faking Audio And Video Could Impact The 2020 Elections
Seven scenarios — from faked scandalous audio to voter intimidation to imagined journalistic corruption — show the sorts of misinformation that could be coming.
What North Carolina’s Unfair Political Maps Have To Do With Hurricanes
In states prone to natural disasters, a census undercount will have disastrous consequences.
Polls Show Israel Advocacy Is Divorced From What Most American Jews Want
A set of new polls show American voters place little value on Israel when determining how to vote, and are far more concerned about rising anti-Semitism at home.
How The Politics Of Religious Freedom Got Turned On Their Head
Over the last several decades, Conservative Christians have gone from thinking of themselves as a Moral Majority to a Persecuted Minority.
It Will Take Many, Many More Blue Waves To Undo The GOP’s 2010 Power Grab
On Election Day, many heavily gerrymandered state maps did what they were designed to do: Keep Republicans in power.