Join us for a virtual screening of a film about voter rights and voter suppression.
We are humbled by MacKenzie Scott’s support for our work and our mission.
Former U.S. Senate candidate Neal Simon shares 10 reforms to improve our democracy.
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.
CLC seeks information on President Trump's decision to exclude undocumented people from being counted in the 2020 Census.
A federal judge defends the right of Michigan's voters to draw legislative and U.S. Congressional voting maps.
CLC launched "DemocracyU: A Toolkit for Action in Your Community" to help policymakers and concerned citizens learn more about solutions to the biggest threats to our democracy.
Arkansas voters can now vote on fair maps from the safety of their own homes.
Missouri's proposed extreme partisan gerrymander would undermine the voters' will.
Yakima City Councilmember Dulce Gutierrez offers her thoughts on why Yakima County's Latino community needs ranked-choice voting.
The spread of COVID-19 has threatened to kill our efforts to get redistricting reform on the November 2020 ballot.
Voters in Illinois join those in Wisconsin and other states in seeking fair maps reform.
Michigan voters will now have the opportunity to vote under fair maps.
It is every person's right to have their vote count.
Here is how the coronavirus pandemic is making the collection of Census data more challenging.
Campaign Legal Center defends the right of the Michigan people to draw voting districts.
A bipartisan majority of the Virginia House of Delegates passed legislation to amend the state’s constitution, reforming how new congressional and legislative election maps are drawn.
The provisions in HR 1 independently and collectively advance the right of every American citizen to a government that is responsible and accountable to voters.
CLC led a coalition of 11 nonpartisan groups and sent a letter to the leadership in the Virginia House of Delegates, urging state lawmakers to put principle over party and move past its history of gerrymandering.
If the amendment fails to pass in Virginia, politicians will retain control of the redistricting process for the foreseeable future.