American Democracy on Unstable Ground

With the last two U.S. presidential elections decided by razor-thin margins in a handful of swing states, politicians are scrambling to change voting and election laws to maximize partisan advantage for the races ahead. Some measures aim to expand voter participation, while others create obstacles to suppress access to the polls. Our latest B|Visual looks at the deluge of legislation introduced in seven states that will shape the future of American democracy.


Anthony T. Silberfeld

Director, Transatlantic Relations
Bertelsmann Foundation

American Democracy on Unstable Ground

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