See what candidates have said about abortion, immigration, climate change, healthcare, voting rules, and gun control as a new group of lawmakers gets set to take office.
Voting is a major issue on the right and the left. Both sides want free and fair elections, but they have different ideas of what the problem is with our current election model.
Explore all perspectives, stances, and arguments for voter rights and election security with AllStances™ by AllSides.
As AllSides continues to track the 2022 midterm elections, this blog is tracking major news, updates, poll data and examples of media bias related to the elections happening across the nation.
The Supreme Court is back in session this week, and the docket for the new term includes two cases that could fundamentally shift the state of democracy in the United States.
Surveillance footage emerged this week of the GOP chairwoman for Coffee County, Georgia, escorting members of the tech firm SullivanStrickler into an elections office the same day as an alleged breach that is under investigation by state authorities.
Can the Forward Party stake out a clear definition of the "sensible" political center? And perhaps most importantly: can it win?
Both sides are concerned about democracy being under threat — but often for very different reasons.
Our systems of elections are a partisan construct where incentives to seek advantage can often conflict with fundamental democratic principles.
A bipartisan group of 16 senators is preparing a variety of proposals to update the Electoral Count Act, and CommonSense American, which prepares briefings on legislative ideas and encourages advocacy from its 43,000 members, released survey data this week on some of those concepts.
If you read AllSides, you’re probably more politically informed than the average American — but that doesn’t necessarily mean you’re actually engaging with your community.
Presidential elections are fought in between the forty-yard lines. Midterms are won and lost on the goal lines.
Schumer has spent the last several months somehow expecting Manchin and Sinema to do something other than drop the political equivalent of an anvil on his head.
Let’s break down the media coverage and dominant opinions around the claim, and highlight the main facts, myths, disagreements and disconnects.
The House committee investigating January 6 revealed text messages sent to Trump's chief of staff by his son and Fox News personalities.
Community college students who take political science classes are more likely to register to vote, turn out to vote and understand constitutional checks and balances.
From the Center This view is from an author rated as Center. President Joe Biden spoke at the National Constitution Center in Philadelphia this week, where he called the debate over voting rights “the most significant test of our democracy since the Civil war.” The next day he went to...
Republicans defeated Democrats' For the People Act in the Senate Wednesday, with all 50 GOP senators voting against it. The bill needed 60 votes to overcome the filibuster used by Republicans, and Democrats would have needed 10 Republicans to overcome that filibuster. The legislation's...
Georgia’s newest voting legislation has stirred up a hurricane of political sensationalism and media bias this month, leaving much of the public confused about what the law actually does and why it remains controversial. The bill, titled “Election Integrity Act of 2021” or SB 202 , was...