• Analysis

You have to look at how they vote, not where they place themselves on a political scale.

  • Analysis

A new article claims evidence for suppression -- but other scholars don't agree.

  • Analysis

If you're sick — or dead — you can't get politically involved. That tilts the playing field toward the "haves."

  • Analysis

Early death and incarceration are distorting U.S. politics.

  • Analysis

Two key lessons from other countries can help the United States prepare.

  • Analysis

Between 2008 and 2016, there were over 1,700 state legislative bills intended to rein in the courts.

  • Meghan Leonard
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  • Courts
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  • Mar 5
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  • Analysis

In Denmark, having voting-age children at home increases parents' turnout.

  • Analysis

Low-turnout elections also empower special interest groups — but again, not by much.

  • Vladimir Kogan, Stéphane Lavertu and Zachary Peskowitz
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  • Education, Voting
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  • Feb 20
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  • Analysis

Should the district boundaries be “fair” or “neutral”? It's not the same thing.

  • Analysis

Republicans have a long history of voting for the VRA in public — and undermining it behind the scenes.

  • Jesse H. Rhodes
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  • Race, Voting
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  • Jan 12, 2018
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