Steven Rosenfeld covers democracy issues for AlterNet and is the author of "Count My Vote: A Citizen's Guide to Voting" (AlterNet Books, 2008).
A partial victory for voting rights activists as a lower court is told to look again at voter suppression issues.
As the Romney campaign teeters, GOP kingpins win legal right to keep 2012's top donors' names secret.
Millions of American young people have nowhere to go and nothing to do.
A crusading journalist scores a big win for civil liberties in federal court.
A Minnesota ruling could ignite secret campaigning. A similar ruling in Illinois went the other way, upholding disclosure.
This fight over voting on the first weekend in November appears to breaking in Democrats' direction.
The predictions that Citizens United ruling would unleash corporate cash in elections is coming true.
The GOP's war on voting in this key swing state is getting uglier.
Another big federal court ruling sides with Democrats and expanding opportunities to vote.
Obama's brief endorsement seen as encouraging grassroots reformers.
The policy change will help students and young people register to vote.
Statement is indicative of larger view that 'free and fair' elections is not what's best for the GOP.
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