The latest polling data on Congress, the least popular branch of government, shows that voters remain unhappy with lawmakers on a historic level, but may be less likely to vote this November.
Currently browsing: Elections & Voting
Nearly 150 years after Reconstruction, African-Americans in North Carolina are seeking a preliminary injunction this week against a state law that they say disproportionately burdens their right to vote.
The award-winning NPR show Intelligence Squared U.S. returns to the National Constitution Center for a no-holds-barred debate, this time focusing on campaign finance, Super PACs and the First Amendment.
Today we celebrate the anniversary of the 12th Amendment (ratified June 15, 1804). Here’s what you need to know.
In a revealing conversation with the National Constitution Center’s Jeffrey Rosen, three judges made an emphatic case for the value and necessity of independent courts.