A compelling report on the abundant challenges facing Native Americans seeking an accurate count, and the extraordinary stakes for some of the smaller and more isolated communities.
And Maura Reilly has a ranked-choice decade recap on the locations Massachusetts may be joining.
And for David Daley, one of the biggest stories of the decade-in-review is partisan gerrymandering.
And Jane Timm at NBC News previews the 2020 redistricting cycle these partisan fights are about.
The Center for Public Integrity with year-end facts and figures.
The Philadelphia Inquirer digs into presidential primary bundler disclosure.
Ciara Torres-Spelliscy offers a cheery take on the Thompson v. Hebdon contribution limits case out of Alaska, in the Harvard Law Review blog.
The cases have been referred for further investigation. The initial flag apparently comes from ERIC (the Electronic Registration Information Center), which is more careful than other systems at screening for false positives.
One piece of sad news for presidential primary human-interest stories: Dixville Notch, NH, allows voting at the stroke of midnight, and had the first voters in the country’s first primary for years. But they’re essentially out of people – if… Continue reading