Electors thought they could vote their consciences in 2016. The Supreme Court just said “no.”
What drives change isn’t majority opinion. It’s the ability of key participants to disrupt the system.
When the Trump Administration fails the test of guiding the nation during a crisis, local officials have picked up the reins of power—for better or for worse.
Success during a pandemic depends on striking “a fine balance” between the powers of central governments and those at the state and local level.
Young voters broke overwhelmingly for Bernie Sanders in the primary. Now Joe Biden has to earn their votes.
By insisting that Wisconsin’s primary election proceed in-person, Republicans inadvertently showed why early voting and mail-in ballots should be a priority.