Republican lawmakers remind President Trump and reassure the country that general election will be held on Nov. 3, 2020.
President Trump cannot delay the Nov 3., 2020 General Election because Congress has mandated that date by law.
U.S. District Court judge allows Rhode Islanders to vote by mail due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Join us for a virtual screening of a film about voter rights and voter suppression.
We need legislation that makes super PACs disclose their true donors and promotes greater transparency.
Miranda Oakley discusses how Rhode Island's witness requirement is forcing her to choose between voting and the health and safety of her community.
Members of Congress from both parties agree that voting should be safe and convenient amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
We are humbled by MacKenzie Scott’s support for our work and our mission.
The Trump campaign and its committee violated the law by laundering nearly $170 million in campaign spending through Brad Parscale, Trump's former campaign manager.
State lawmakers are writing laws that allow wealthy special interests to funnel secret, unlimited sums of money into our campaign finance system.
Former U.S. Senate candidate Neal Simon shares 10 reforms to improve our democracy.
The New York State Senate passes a bill to give voters more opportunities to fix issues with their absentee ballots.
Cases of lead poisoning in Wisconsin show how a lack of transparency in our democracy puts our health and safety at risk.
Amid COVID-19, onerous witness requirements shouldn't prevent Rhode Islanders from voting.
CLC released a poll that finds voters overwhelmingly prefer congressional districts with no partisan bias, even if it means fewer seats for their own party.
Tennessee has abruptly decided to make people with out-of-state felony convictions meet additional burdensome requirements to regain the right to vote.
Since Florida's pay-to-vote scheme has prevented hundreds of thousands from participating in our democracy, CLC is taking this voting rights case to the U.S. Supreme Court.
CLC seeks information on President Trump's decision to exclude undocumented people from being counted in the 2020 Census.
Rep. John Lewis' legal counsel on voting rights, Gerry Hebert, pays tribute.