Why Democrats Are Reluctantly Making Voter ID Laws a Bargaining Chip

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While party leaders have long worried about the discriminatory effects of such laws, many now see other restrictive voting measures pushed by Republicans as a more urgent threat.



Democratic Report Raises 2022 Alarms on Messaging and Voter Outreach

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A new report, in perhaps the most thorough soul-searching done by either party this year, points to an urgent need for the party to present a positive economic agenda and rebut Republican misinformation.



Arizona G.O.P. Passes Law to Limit Distribution of Mail Ballots

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The new law, signed by Gov. Doug Ducey, will remove people from a widely popular early voting list if they do not cast a ballot at least once every two years.



In South Texas, Hispanic Republicans Try to Cement the Party’s Gains

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Conservative Hispanic leaders, especially women, are ascendant in the Rio Grande Valley, where Republicans are trying to forge lasting bonds with voters who swung sharply to the right in 2020.