For over 130 years, the U.S. Supreme Court has said that the right to vote fundamental. The idea is that voting for candidates who represent our views is the primary means through which we protect our interests, whatever they might be. Yet ecent events raise serious questions about the currently short-staffed Supreme Court’s capacity to protect the right to vote against 21st Century threats. [Read Comment]
Below is an archive containing major election law reports issued by various agencies, institutes, watchdog groups and other groups since the 2004 presidential election. Check this page for further updates.