Shell-shocked Democrats regroup in Wisconsin

Donald Trump’s romp through white, working-class America in 2016 was nowhere more traumatic for Democrats than in Wisconsin, which flipped Republican in a presidential race for the first time since 1984. Now, two years after his stunning victory in the state, shell-shocked Democrats are beginning to pick up the pieces, pouring money and resources into…

5 Ways to Increase Voter Turnout in American Indian and Alaska Native Commu…

The American Indian and Alaska Native (AI/AN) population is a growing political force in the United States. With more than 4.7 million eligible voters, AI/AN people can affect the outcomes of close elections across the country. Yet despite its power, the AI/AN population faces unique barriers to voting, including systematic, intentional disenfranchisement. These barriers have…